Saysunee Jana, left, has now won two gold medals at the IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in São Paulo ©Getty Images

Thailand's Saysunee Jana was in fine form as she won her second gold medal of the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in São Paulo.

The two-time Paralympic champion beat Irma Khetsuriani of Georgia 15-11 in the women's individual B foil final to add to her triumph in yesterday's épée tournament.

It was Khetsuriani's best performance in Brazil so far after her semi-final exit in the épée.

Jana annihilated South Korea's Cho Eun-hye 15-0 in the final four while Khetsuriani cruised past Ellen Geddes of the United States 15-5.

Judith Rodriguez Menendez secured Spain's first gold of the IWAS World Cup with a tense 15-13 win over South Korea's Kwon Hyo-kyeong, who exceeded expectations after being seeded ninth in the women's individual A épée.

Kwon humbled home favourite and top seed Rayssa Veras in the quarter-finals before dispatching Frenchwoman Brianna Vide in the semi-finals.

Maxime Valet recovered from yesterday's semi-final defeat to win gold today in São Paulo ©Getty Images
Maxime Valet recovered from yesterday's semi-final defeat to win gold today in São Paulo ©Getty Images

Britain's Gemma Collis lost to Rodriguez Menendez in the other half of the bracket to settle for bronze.

An all-Italian clash was in store in the men's individual A sabre final as Edoardo Giordan and Matteo Dei Rossi went head-to-head at the Brazilian Paralympic Training Centre.

Top seed Giordan finished on top with a routine 15-8 victory after beating Thailand's Boonsiri Sanitmuanwai 15-5 in the previous round.

French second seed Ludovic Lemoine lost to Dei Rossi, marking his second semi-final defeat of the event.

Maxime Valet of France beat Italian Gianmarco Paolucci 15-9 to secure the final gold medal of the day in the men's individual B sabre.

The three-time Paralympic bronze medallist Valet defeated South Korean Ryu Eun-hwan 15-7 in the semi-finals while Paolucci got the better of Thailand's Pipat Thongjapo 15-8.

A further four gold medals are scheduled to be won tomorrow in São Paulo in the men's individual A épée, men's individual B épée, women's individual A sabre and women's individual B sabre.