Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard continued Canadian success in Abu Dhabi ©Getty Images

Olympic bronze medallist Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard continued Canada's success at the International Judo Federation Abu Dhabi Grand Slam by winning the women's under-63 kilograms title.

The former world silver medallist defeated China's Jing Tang in the final via ippon at the UAE capital's Jiu-Jitsu Arena.

Her win followed on from Jessica Klimkait's victory in an all-Canadian women's under-57kg final against reigning world champion Christa Deguchi yesterday.

Cristina Perez Cabana of Spain and Lubjana Piovesana of Austria won bronze medals.

In the women's under-70kg, neutral Russian Madina Taimazova won gold after final opponent Ida Eriksson of Sweden collected three shido penalties.

It meant a third Grand Slam gold for Taimazova.

Uzbekistan's Shakhram Ahadov, in blue, won his first Grand Slam title ©Getty Images
Uzbekistan's Shakhram Ahadov, in blue, won his first Grand Slam title ©Getty Images

Hilde Jager of The Netherlands and Aoife Coughlan of Australia won bronze.

The men's under-73kg title went to Uzbekistan's Shakhram Ahadov who defeated Kosovo's Akil Gjakova by waza-ari for a maiden Grand Slam crown.

Bronze medals went to Rashid Mammadaliyev of Azerbaijan and neutral Makhmadbek Makhmadbekov.

There was also a first Grand Slam gold for neutral Russian David Karapetyan in the men's under-81kg.

He scored a yuko with a minute to go against Dutchman Frank De Wit.

There was a home medal for the UAE as Nugzari Tatalashvili won bronze alongside Austria's Wachid Borchashvili.