Olympic silver medallist Gemma Gibbons struck gold in the Czech Republic on another brilliant weekend for British Judo.
Gibbons won the -78kg title in at the European Open in Prague to take her medal tally for the month to three, following her bronzes in the European Opens in Obewart and Sofia.
And she was not the only British success in Prague as Alice Schlesinger also claimed her third medal of the month when taking silver in the -63kg category, following on from her gold at the Grand Prix in Dusseldorf and silver at the Sofia European Open.
As well as the medals, both girls also picked up more valuable points in their race to make it to the Rio 2016 Olympics.
And it was not just about the girls at the weekend, as Philip Awiti-Alcaraz won his first medal since returning from injury with bronze in the -100kg category at the European Open in Warsaw.
We take a look at their journey towards their medals below:
“It feels good to be back from injury and fully training again,” he said.
“Training at the Centre of Excellence (CoE) has been great because it has helped me get fit and strong for this competition.”
Words by Donna Richardson. Images by Miroslav Petrik.