Germany delivered home success in the first judo medal session in Berlin ©Getty Images

Germany captured five judo gold medals on another impressive day for the hosts at the Special Olympics World Games in Berlin.

Henry Unterseher, Timo Karmasch, Andrea Kuhne, Alessia Schmidt and Viktoiya Shkolnikova all delivered home success at the Messe Berlin.

In the men’s level one category, Unterseher beat Uzbekistan’s Dilmurod Azimov to capture the M01a title, while Karmasch defeated Belgium’s Ben Lariviere for the M04a crown.

Kuhne overcame Arlette Schucki of Switzerland in F33a in the women’s level one division which also saw Viktoria Liptak come out on top in F18a.

Miroslaw Kostka of Poland and Rabine Ouello of Burkina Faso captured the respective M09b and M06b titles in men’s level two.

Schmidt sealed F21b success in women’s level two, with Schucki bouncing back to win F25b gold and Norway’s Julie Wikdalh taking the F23b title.

In the men’s level three category, Israel’s Levav Barkan came out on top in M14c after overcoming Sweden’s Elias Wiren, while Shkolnikova beat Sweden’s Emelie Normann in F32c.

Germany picked up four golds on a busy day of golf action at Bad Saarow.

Gerald Guttek and Anna Franca Mannheims struck gold in level four of the nine-hole individual stroke play.

There was also success over 18 holes in level five of individual stroke play with Clemens Schmidt and Kevin Hahn capturing titles.

Hong Kong had a fine day on the golf course with Chung Tsz Leung and Chian Kwok Chuen, Mei Mei Wendy Chan and Poon Hiu Man and IP Chun and Chan Man Hau triumphing over 18 holes in level three of the unified sports team.

Lai Man Yee also delivered gold for Hong Kong with victory in level four of the nine-hole individual stroke play.

As well as judo and golf, medals were also awarded for the first time in kayaking.

Greece claimed the bulk of those courtesy of success for Ioannis Klonizakis and Georgios Vogiatzis and two titles for Georgios Michailidis.

Lithuania, Finland, Germany, Belgium and Costa Rica also picked up kayaking golds.

Athletes also won medals in athletics, badminton, boccia, bowling, cycling, equestrian, futsal, powerlifting, swimming and table tennis on the fifth day of competition.

Competition is due to continue tomorrow with medals set to be handed out for the first time in seven-a-side football and tennis.