After Para Taekwondo made its debut at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, the European Para Taekwondo Championships took place today, Russia winning six of 13 medals ©Getty Images

Russia dominated the European Para Taekwondo Championships, winning six of the 14 weight classifications following the sport's Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020.

On the only day of action, Russia started its successful day when Rinat Iakupov defeated Muhammed Asbala of Turkey in the men's under-58 kilograms K41, winning 24-4.

Team-mate Spartak Gazzaev followed up the victory with a win by withdrawal in the over-80kg K41 category after Adem Arslan of Turkey withdrew.

Askhat Akmatov defeated Turkey's Ali Can Ozcan via disqualification for unsportsmanlike behaviour to win the men's under-58kg K44.

Vladimir Feofanov continued Russia's success in the men's under-80kg K44, beating compatriot Magomedzagir Isaldibirov 9-3.

Aliskhab Ramazanov won the men's over-80kg K44, defeating Bilal Iakhiev, also of Russia, 37-25.

Dzhetsun-Sholbana Kara-Ool triumphed in the women's under-47kg K44, completing Russia haul of gold medals throughout the day.

Other winners included Turkey quintet Sabit Kose, Mahmut Bozteke, Fatih Celik, Meryem Betul Cavdar and Secil Er in the men's under-63kg K41, men's under-63kg K44, men's under-70kg K44, women's under-52kg K44 and women's under-65kg K44 respectively.

Kazakhstan claimed two titles - Malik Mukashev in the men's under-80kg K41 and Kamilya Dosmalova in the women's under-57kg K44.

Dalia Santiago Moreno won the final title of the day - the women's over-65kg K44 - defeating Turkey's Ayse Dudu Karatay 5-2.