Polish teqball star Adrian Duszak earned two gold medals at a National Challenger Series contest in Warsaw.
World number one Duszak triumphed in both the singles and doubles.
In the singles event, he won every match without dropping a set, proving too strong for Patryk Marcin Kaminski in the final with a 12-3, 12-5 victory.
The doubles final once again featured Duszak and Kaminski, this time in a much closer contest.
Duszak partnered with Bartlomiej Jan Franczuk for the first time in a major tournament, with the pair winning every match in straight sets prior to the final.
Kaminski and partner Bartosz Januszewski defeated top seeds Jan Ochedalski and Franciszek Bruno Tusinski 12-5, 10-12, 12-4 in the semi-finals.
Duszak and Franczuk battled to a 12-7, 9-12, 13-11 victory in the gold medal match.
"First of all, I am very happy to be able to compete in tournaments in the current situation," Duszak said.
"In the singles category I had no problems in any match, and I managed to win without losing a set.
"In the doubles category, together with Bartlomiej Franczuk, we made a lot of mistakes in key moments, but we won 2-1 in the final.
"We know that there is a lot of work ahead of us, so we will focus on training hard for the next tournaments."
Kaminski finally achieved a gold medal to add to his two silvers in the mixed doubles, pairing with Ewa Krol to overcome Franczuk and Alicja Bartnicka 12-8, 12-6.
Elsewhere, Guinea-Bissau hosted Africa’s first National Challenger Series event, featuring 16 singles players and eight doubles teams.
Lino Bluté impressed to win both the singles and the doubles contests.
In the singles, he defeated Carimo Indjai 12-8, 12-7, whilst Queba Indjai picked up the bronze.
Bluté partnered with Queba Indjai in the doubles, getting past Carimo Indjai and partner Leonel U Biai 12-11, 12-11 in an entertaining final.
The National Challenger Series will return on November 7 and 8, with more countries giving players the chance to gain qualification points for the 2021 Teqball World Championships, earn world ranking points and win prize money.