Poland's athletes secured four individual gold medals at the IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in Warsaw ©Getty Images

Host nation Poland earned four gold medals at the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Fencing World Cup in Warsaw.

Polish fencers claimed three out of four medals available in the men's sabre B category.

Tokyo 2020 silver medallist Adrian Castro won gold after defeating fellow Pole Michal Dabrowski.

London 2012 champion Grzegorz Pluta was awarded bronze alongside Shah Rashid of Britain, who achieved his best-ever performance at a World Cup.

Poland's Michael Nalewajek was crowned champion of the men's foil A category as he dispatched Matteo Betti.

The British duo of Piers Gilliver and Dimitri Coutya both claimed bronze following their semi-final defeats.

Former IWAS Youth World Games champion Maurice Schmidt of Germany reached the top of a World Cup podium for the first time in the men's sabre A category as he won gold ahead of Ukraine's Artem Manko.

Tokyo 2020 silver medallist Manko was joined on the podium by compatriot and Rio 2016 Paralympic champion Andrii Demchuk who won bronze alongside Italy's Edoardo Giordan.

In the men's category C events, Japan's Michinobu Fujita pulled off shock wins against Ukraine's multiple world champion Serhii Shavkun in both the épée and foil finals.

Italy's Leonardo Rigo and Latvian Dmitrijs Valainis secured bronzes in both tournaments.

Polish world number one Kinga Dróżdż regained gold in the women's sabre A category after settling for silver on her season debut in Chon Buri in May.

Dróżdż overcame Britain's Gemma Collis in the final after French 22-year-old Brianna Vide secured her second top-three finish of 2022 with bronze.

Hong Kong's Yu Chui Yee, a five-time Paralympic champion in épée and foil, also picked up bronze.

Poland's Marta Fidrych repeated her golden performance from Chon Buri in the women's épée category A while Collis took silver again ahead of Hungary's Amarilla Veres and Yee.

Veres’ compatriot Eva Andreja Hajmasi ended a five-year wait for gold in the women’s foil A category after beating Yee in the final.

Spain's Judith Rodriguez Menendez and Georgia's Nino Tibilashvili made up the podium.

Thailand’s Saysunee Jana continued to impress in the women’s category B events, triumphing in both the épée and foil and achieving silver in the sabre.

The United States' Ellen Geddes earned her second foil bronze of the season while Italian Rossana Pasquino was the victor in the sabre competition as well as an épée silver medallist.

The next edition of the IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Cup is set to take place in Pisa from September 22 to 25.