Yu Chui Yee rolled back the years to claim the women’s épée category A title ©Getty Images

Seven-time Paralympic gold medallist Yu Chui Yee rolled back the years to the claim women’s épée category A title at the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation Wheelchair Fencing World Cup.

The Hong Kong Para fencer has not won an épée title since 2017, and her Paralympic titles came between Athens 2004 and London 2012, but she proved her class remains in Pisa in Italy with a two-point victory Britain’s Gemma Collis-McCann in the final.

Poland’s Kinga Drozdz, who won gold in the sabre category A yesterday, Georgia’s Nino Tibilashvili won the bronze medals.

Emanuele Lambertini provided the hosts with reason to celebrate in the men’s épée category A, taking his first individual title at this level.

Lambertini defeated Turkey’s Hakan Akkaya in the final, with his compatriot Matteo Dei Rossi and Britain’s Oliver Lam Watson winning the bronze medals.

Georgia’s Irma Khetsuriani claimed the women's sabre category B title, with silver going to Rosanna Pasquino of Italy and the bronzes France’s Sophie Sablon and German Sylvi Tauber.

France’s Laurent Vadon claimed gold in the men's foil category B.

Kuwait’s Sulaiman Ali won silver; bronze medals went to Poland’s Patryk Banach and Italy’s Michele Massa.

Individual competition concludes tomorrow with the men's sabre and women's foil.