Daniel Bali, left, won three golds at the FIG Aerobic World Cup in Cantanhede ©Getty Images

Hungary’s Daniel Bali picked up three golds at the International Gymnastics Federation Aerobic World Cup in Cantanhede with victory in the individual men’s, mixed pairs and trios finals.

The world silver medallist gained his first win in the individual men’s final with a score of 22.450 at Os Marialvas Sports Hall.

In qualifying, Bali was the only athlete to surpass the 22-point mark but today one other athlete managed the feat.

A score of 22 exactly gave Russia’s Roman Semenov silver, ahead of Brazilian Lucas Barbosa, who scored 21.600 for bronze.

After a short break during which the individual women’s final took place, Bali won the mixed pairs alongside partner Fanni Mazacs.

Having topped qualifying on Saturday (March 30), the pair dominated again to win with 21.900.

Barbosa upgraded from his individual bronze to win silver alongside Tamires Rebeca Silva on 21.300, while Romania’s second team sealed bronze, scoring 20.800.

Bali and Mazacs won another gold alongside Albert Farkas in the trios event, scoring 22.166.

Taking second and third were Russia’s second team and China, respectively.

Of the five finals, only two were not won by Hungary, the individual women and group events.

Turkey's Ayse Onbasi claimed the individual women’s title having scored 20.700, putting her ahead of Portugal's Sara Silva.

Bulgaria won the group final.

Tihomir Barotev, Ivelina Lukaki, Antonio Papazov, Darina Pashova and Ana Maria Stoilova scored 21.727.

They beat teams from Russia and China to top the podium.