Arman Adamian was one of two Russian neutrals to win gold in Abu Dhabi ©IJF

Two reigning world champions from Russia - who were competing neutrally - won gold on the final day of the International Judo Federation Abu Dhabi Grand Slam.

In the men's under-100 kilograms category, Arman Adamian beat Aleksandar Kukolj of Serbia by ippon for gold at the Jiu-Jitsu Arena.

Aaron Fara of Austria and Shady Elnahas of Canada bagged bronze.

The men's over-100kg went to another neutral as Inal Tasoev, also the world champion, pinned Germany's Erik Abramov after less than a minute.

Neutral Tamerlan Bashaev and Jelle Snippe of the Netherlands won bronze.

Former world champion Nemanja Majdov was another to triumph on the final day.

The Serbian, who won world gold in Budapest in 2017, triumphed in the men's under-90kg division.

World number one Alice Bellandi lived up to her ranking with gold ©Getty Images
World number one Alice Bellandi lived up to her ranking with gold ©Getty Images

He connected with a waza-ari in golden score to beat Spain's Tristani Mosakhlishvili as Giorgi Jabniashvili of Georgia and Hungary's Krisztian Toth won bronze.

In the women's under-78kg, world number one Alice Bellandi claimed gold with a final victory over France's Fanny Estelle Posvite.

Posvite was penalised one more time than Bellandi as the Italian clinched top spot on the podium.

Bronze medals were won by Alina Boehm of Germany and Britain's Anna-Maria Wagner.

Portugal's Rochele Nunes won the women's over-78kg after rapidly scoring a waza-ari against Kazakhstan's Kamila Berlikash, before pinning her for ippon.

Neutral Russian Elis Startseva and France's Lea Fontaine won the division's bronze medals.