Ashikawa Urara was among the medallists for Japan in Cottbus ©Getty Images

Japan finished the first International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Artistic Gymnastics World Cup of the season in style, bagging three gold medals.

Among men, Kawakami Shohei scored 14.266 to secure the high bar gold medal in Cottbus.

Italian Carlo Macchini bagged silver medal in 14.133, with another Japanese in Kaya Kazuma taking bronze in 14.100

In the women’s balance beam, Okamura Mana struck gold with a score of 14.133 while compatriot Kokofugata Azuki took the floor exercise title notching 13.633.

Ashikawa Urara, the 2021 world championships gold medallist, took balance beam silver in behind Okamura with 14.066 points while bronze went to Filipa Martins of Portugal, who scored 13.133.

Italy's Manila Esposito earned 13.566 for silver medal in the floor exercise, followed by Britain's Ruby Evan settled for bronze, scoring 13.466.

Tokyo 2020 Olympic bronze medallist and reigning World champion Artur Davtyan of Armenia sealed the gold medal in the men's vault, earning 15.133 points.

Mahdi Olfati of Iran and Hong Kong's Shek Wai Hung took silver and bronze respectively with 14.933 and 14.733 points.

World and European medallist Illia Kovtun of Ukraine secured the title in the parallel bars, scoring 15.366.

Italian Matteo Levantesi bagged an unpredicted second place finish with 15.266.

Six-time World medallist Carlos Yulo of the Philippines could only manage bronze with 15.166.

Israeli Olympic champion Artem Dolgopyat got the men’s floor exercise title, scoring 14.466.

Kaya got his second medal, as he finished along with German Milan Hossseini, who shared the silver medal at 13.866.

Pommel horse title went to Abdulla Azimov of Uzbekistan with 14.866, while Armenia's Gagik Khachikyan on 14.833 and Nariman Kurbanov of Kazakhstan on 14.800 completed the podium spots.

Italy's Manila Esposito claimed gold with 13.233 in the women’s vault, as Evan took her second medal, a silver, in 13.183 and the 47-year-old Oksana Chusovitina of Uzbekistan clinching bronze with 13.016.

In the women’s uneven bars, Italian Alice D'Amato won gold with a score of 14.500.

Germany's Meolie Jauch got silver with 13.533, followed by Tisha Volleman of The Netherlands taking bronze in 12.900.