Australia's Georgia Godwin triumphed on the vault, floor exercise and balance beam in Osijek ©Getty Images

Australia's Georgia Godwin starred at the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) World Challenge Cup stop in the Croatian city of Osijek, winning three of the four artistic gymnastics apparatus golds.

Godwin won the vault and floor exercise golds at the last World Challenge Cup event in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv, and made it back-to-back wins with both apparatus at the Gradski vrt Hall.

Her difficulty proved decisive in the vault as she averaged 13.333 points to the 13.099 of Hungary's Csenge Bácskay and 13.066 of Canada's Denelle Pedrick, and she edged Pedrick by 0.100 on the floor with her score of 13.400, as The Netherlands' Floor Slooff completed the podium on 12.733.

Godwin added a balance beam gold in Osijek, dominating the competition with 13.900 to see off Slovakia's Barbora Mokošová with 12.700.

Croatian home favourite Tina Zelčić and The Netherlands' Naomi Visser placed joint-third with 12.666.

Visser was the other winner in the women's events, notching 14.333 in the uneven bars.

Godwin took silver for the second consecutive World Challenge Cup with 13.700, with Mokošová earning bronze with 13.300.

The men's events featured six different winners, but were notable for the success of Armenia's athletes who won three of them.

World champion and Olympic bronze medallist Artur Davtyan dominated the vault with 15.033 for his second World Challenge Cup win of the year, a feat matched by compatriot Artur Avetisyan on the rings with 14.666 which beat the 14.533 from Brazil's two-time Olympic medallist Arthur Zanetti.

Gagik Khachikyan was the other Armenian winner, building on two silvers on the FIG World Cup circuit with a 14.766 effort on the pommel horse to edge Davtyan by 0.166.

Pan American Games all-around champion Caio Souza of Brazil triumphed on the horizontal bar with 14.300, beating the 14.166 from compatriot and former world champion Arthur Mariano and Croatia's Olympic silver medallist Tin Srbić.

Souza also won a silver on the vault and bronzes on the rings and parallel bars.

Parallel bars gold went to Ukraine's Illia Kovtun with 15.133, overcoming the 14.966 challenge posed by Turkey's Tokyo 2020 bronze medallist Ferhat Arıcan.

Kovtun also earned bronze on the pommel horse.

Bulgaria's Eddie Penev followed his victory in Varna with another gold in the floor exercise, posting 14.100 to beat Turkey's Ahmet Önder with 13.800 and Hungary's Krisztofer Mészáros with 13.733.

Emil Akhmejanov of Kazakhstan was the other men's medallist with bronze on the vault.

This marked the third of six events on the FIG World Challenge Cup circuit, with Mersin in Turkey due to host the next leg from September 1 to 3.