Israel's Arik Ze'evi and Neta Rivkin have boosted their hopes of participating in next year's Olympic Games in London.
Ze'evi, 34, took gold at judo's Moscow Grand Slam with a victory in the under-100kg competition.
There was controversy in the quarter-finals when, after defeating Ramadan Darwesh, the Egyptian refused to shake Ze'evi's hand.
Ze'evi took bronze at the 2004 Athens Olympics. Looking ahead to 2012, he said: "It is slightly pretentious to talk about winning an Olympic medal at this stage. But I'm currently at a level that could see me take a medal."
Gymnast Rivkin, 20, became the first Israeli to win a medal at the Rhythmic European Championships after taking silver in Minsk. She competed in four different finals at the event and will be aiming to cement a place in the Israel squad by finishing in the top 24 at the forthcoming world championships.