Raoul Ndjima, third from left, won the under-88kg beach title in Yaoundé ©FIAS

Teams from Egypt the host nation Cameroon won three gold medals apiece at the African Beach Sambo Championships in Yaoundé.

Gerard Michel Vanlier Ndam was a standout performer, claiming the men's over-88 kilograms gold medal having won an African title indoors at under-98kg a day prior.

The Cameroonian beat Egypt's Khaled Zaki - the continent's heavyweight combat sambo champion - in the final.

Raoul Ndjima won the men's under-88kg title for the host nation, beating Mohamed Ebadawy in another Cameroon-versus-Egypt final.

Angola's Lucas Emanuel Pedro Dos Anjos and Kodjo Akanaboe Noviekou from Togo won bronze medals.

Gabriel Pascal Kamajou Tankoua triumphed over Morocco's Yasser Bouhessoune to win the under-58kg title for Cameroon.

Abdelrahman Elamir Eldamrany was the sole Egypt man to top the podium, overcoming Roger Ndongo of the host nation in the under-71kg final.

Yaoundé has been holding the African Sambo Championships ©FIAS
Yaoundé has been holding the African Sambo Championships ©FIAS

Maream Elkhateeb was the big women's winner, triumphing at under-72kg and seeing off Burkina Faso's Fatoumata Guindo in the final.

Compatriot Samah Is Abdellatef won a second title African title of the event as the only under-72kg contestant.

Earlier, Abdellatef won an under-72kg crown on the mat.

Djibouti's Rahima Saad Hassan - the under-59kg silver medallist on the mat - was awarded the under-59kg beach sambo title after also being the only athlete entered.