Beth Munro was one of two British winners in Veracruz ©Getty Images

Britain and Azerbaijan won two gold medals each at the World Para Taekwondo Grand Prix in Veracruz in Mexico.

The one-day competition at the World Trade Center was a dress rehearsal for the World Para Taekwondo Championships, which will be held at the same venue between Thursday (September 21) and Sunday (September 24).

Paralympic bronze medallist and former two-time world champion Amy Truesdale of Britain clinched gold in the women's over-65 kilograms division by seeing off Rajae Akermach of Morocco in the final.

Truesdale's team-mate Beth Munro, a Paralympic silver medallist, won the women's under-65kg tournament to add to her European Para Championships title from Rotterdam last month.

She topped the pile thanks to a win in the final over Denmark's Tokyo 2020 champion and multiple world gold medallist Lisa Gjessing.

Azerbaijan celebrated success for Sabir Zeynalov in the men's under-58kg division as the world bronze medallist defeated Spain's Joel Martin Villalobos.

Rotterdam winner Imamaddin Khalilov then added another title for Azerbaijan in the men's under-70kg, beating Shunsuke Kudo of Japan.

Six other countries won gold medals at the event in Veracruz.

Paralympic champion Leonor Espinoza clinched gold at the Grand Prix in Veracruz ©Getty Images
Paralympic champion Leonor Espinoza clinched gold at the Grand Prix in Veracruz ©Getty Images

Peru's Tokyo 2020 Paralympic champion Leonor Espinoza added to her success by defeating Mexico's Claudia Romero in the women's under-47kg final.

Multiple world champion Ganbatyn Bolor-Erdene won the men's under-63kg title for Mongolia after defeating Antonino Bossolo of Italy.

In the women's under-57kg, Paralympic bronze medallist Silvana Fernandes of Brazil saw off Sophie Caverzan of France to top the podium.

South Korea's Paralympic bronze medallist Joo Jeong-hun won the men's under-80kg by seeing off Kazakhstan's Nurlan Dombayev.

Ivan Mikulić, who won silver at Tokyo 2020, clinched gold in the men's over-80kg with a success over Brazil's Pedro Paulo Neves da Silva, adding to his Rotterdam title.

Salma Ali Abd Al Moneem Hassan won gold for Egypt in the women's under-52kg, defeating Surenjav Ulambayar of Mongolia.