Mikhail Igolnikov was one of three Russian judoka to win gold today under the IJF flag ©Getty Images

Russian judoka competing under the International Judo Federation (IJF) flag have topped the medals table on the final day of competition at the Ulaanbaatar Grand Slam in Mongolia.

Double European champion Mikhail Igolnikov triumphed in the men's under-90-kilograms final against Uzbekistan's Davlat Bobonov with a devastating ippon after 1min 44sec at the Steppe Arena.

The win secured Igolnikov's fourth Grand Slam title following triumphs at Düsseldorf 2018, Abu Dhabi 2018, and Budapest 2020.

Kazakhstan's Didar Khamza and Dutch world champion Noël van 't End were awarded the bronze medals after prevailing in the repechage round.

Now five-time Grand Slam winner Inal Tasoev defeated The Netherlands Roy Meyer in the men's over-100kg in the blink of an eye.

It took Tasoev just 11 seconds to win the gold medal after perfectly executing a ko-soto-gari.

Kazakhstan's Adil Orazbayev and Yusei Ogawa of Japan made up the podium after securing the bronze medals.

Matvey Kanikovskiy then secured the final gold medal of the day for the IJF in the men's under-100kg class with victory against Portugal's Jorge Fonseca.

Kanikovskiy got off to a good start, scoring early with a waza-ari before seeing out the rest of the time to win on points, securing his first gold medal on the World Judo Tour.

Dutchman Michael Korrel defeated Japan's Kentaro Iida and Israeli athlete Peter Paltchik was victorious against Kim Jae-yun of South Korea to claim bronze.

Paltchik's compatriot Raz Hershko picked up her country's only gold medal of the event in the women's over-78kg contest.

The Olympic bronze medallist met Mongolia's Adiyasuren Amarsaikhan in the final and finished her off after 1:22 with an excellent oase-komi.

Kim Ha-yun of South Korea and Kazakhstan's Kamila Berlikash prevailed in the repechage to finish on the podium.

Japanese former world champion Mami Umeki pocketed a fourth Grand Slam gold medal with victory in the women's under-78kg final against Inbar Lanir of Israel while German Alina Böhm and Khuslen Otgonbayar of Mongolia won bronze.

The Grand Slam ended with athletes competing under the IJF flag topping the standings with five gold, two silver, and two bronze medals.

Japan came second with four golds while hosts Mongolia's two golds put them third.