Double Olympic champions Áron Szilágyi of Hungary and Mariel Zagunis of the United States triumphed at the respective International Fencing Federation (FIE) Sabre World Cups for men and women today.
Szilágyi, the London 2012 and Rio 2016 gold medallist, beat South Korea's Gu Bon-gil 15-12 in the final of the men's event at the Centre National d’Escrime in Luxembourg.
He had earlier defeated Russia's Veniamin Reshetnikov 15-9 in the semi-finals.
Gu overcame fellow South Korean Oh Sang-uk, the top seed and reigning world champion, 15-8 in the other last four encounter.
Reshetnikov and Oh were the bronze medallists.
In the women's event, being held at the Greek capital's Athens Olympic Complex, Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008 gold medallist Zagunis beat current Youth Olympic champion Liza Pusztai of Hungary 15-6 in the title decider.
The win followed a 15-8 victory over Japan's Misaki Emura in the semi-finals.
Pusztai defeated home fencer Theodora Gkountoura 15-9 in the other penultimate round clash.
Top seed Sofya Velikaya of Russia was eliminated at the last 32 stage after suffering a loss at the hands of Emura, who was joined on the third step of the podium by Gkountoura.
Both FIE Sabre World Cups are due to conclude tomorrow with the team events.
Action also continued today at the FIE Épée Grand Prix in Budapest.
With women's qualification taking place at the Hungarian capital's Ludovika Aréna, top seed Ana Maria Popescu of Romania learned she will face Switzerland's Laura Staehli in the last 64.
Second seed Lin Sheng of China, meanwhile, will go up against Romania's Greta Veres for a place in the last 32.
Both the men's and women's events at the FIE Épée Grand Prix are scheduled to reach their climax tomorrow.