Uzbekistan's Takhmina Ikromova won individual and team all-around golds as well as titles in three apparatus at the Asian Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Manila ©Getty Images

Uzbekistan's Takhmina Ikromova was the star of the show at the Asian Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in the Philippines' capital Manila, winning the individual and team all-around titles as well as golds with three apparatus.

The 18-year-old defended her individual all-around crown in comfortable fashion at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium, scoring 132.200 points for the four apparatus and top-scoring with all the apparatus except the clubs.

Closest challenger Elzhana Taniyeva of Kazakhstan notched 128.350 points, with China's Wang Zilu further back on 121.800.

China claimed the group all-around gold with 68.850 points to Uzbekistan's 65.700, but the team honours combining individual and group results went to Ikromova and her compatriots.

Ikromova successfully defended her hoop, ball and clubs titles in the apparatus events.

She scored 34.350 points with the hoop to beat Taniyeva and Wang's 32.500.

In her other two victories, Ikromova led Uzbek one-twos.

Ikromova won the ball gold with 34.550 to beat her compatriot Evelina Atalyants by 0.5 points, and with the clubs notched 34.100 to the 32.900 of Yosmina Rakhimova.

Taniyeva earned bronze in both events with 32.700 points with the ball and 31.900 with the clubs.

With the ribbon, China's Zhao Yating reclaimed her Asian title for the third time with 31.450 points.

Taniyeva ensured she medalled in all individual events with 30.800 points, and Rakhimova added another bronze with 28.550.

Ikromova had to settle for sixth with the ribbon with a score of 27.800 points.

China claimed the five hoops and the three ribbons and two balls titles.

In the five hoops, they scored 35.900, beating Japan's 32.200 and Kazakhstan's 30.950.

China finished with 33.800 in the three ribbons and two balls, with Uzbekistan in second scoring 31.050 and Kazakhstan in third 29.650.