The third and final day of the Judo Grand Slam, Tokyo 2013, attracted a 10,000 capacity crowd as Japan starred at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium on Sunday.
The women’s -78kg and +78kg categories were in action along with the men’s -90kg, -100kg and +100kg categories as Japan started the day with nine gold medals from nine categories.
Hosts Japan entered the final day of the competition with nine gold medals from nine categories with the unthinkable chance of a potential clean sweep.
Japan won 10 gold medals out of a possible 14 last year and went one better this year as they won two gold medals on the final day.
Japan, who won 27 medals in total, were followed in the medal table by South Korea and the Netherlands who both won a gold medal today.
Nations with most Gold medals in the World Tour 2013
Statistics by: www.judoinside.com