Ruyi Ye defended his world title ©Getty Images

China dominated day two of the IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Championship by claiming three out of the four titles on offer in Eger, Hungary, today.

In the men's category A foil, the Chinese took three of the four medals on offer with Paralympic champion Ruyi Ye defending his world title by beating compatriot Gang Sun, the epee champion from Friday, 15-14.

Poland’s Dariusz Pender shared joint third place with China’s Yijun Chen.

Hosts Hungary missed out on gold in the women's category A foil as Zsuzsanna Krajnyak was beaten in the final by China's Chuncui Zhang, 15-8.

Hong Kong’s defending world champion Chui Yee Yu settled for sharing third place with France’s Delphine Bernard.

Ruyi Ye was too good for compatriot Gang Sun
Ruyi Ye was too good for compatriot Gang Sun ©Getty Images

In the men’s category B foil event Great Britain’s rising talent Dimitri Coutya came close to preventing China’s world number one Daoliang Hu from defending his World Championship crown, but the latter eventually emerged with a 15-12 win against the 17-year-old.

The bronze-medal positions were shared by Italy’s Marco Cima and Russia’s Albert Kamalov.

Eighteen year-old Beatrice Vio won the women's category B epee, with the Italian denying Hungary's Gyongi Dani with a 15-4 win.

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