JUDO fans from across the country and further afield have descended on the Coventry Arena to watch the Judo with 160 competitors from 36 countries battling it out for the medals.
Competition took place between Monday and Wednesday with medals up for grabs in 14 weight categories for men and women.
On the opening day, Ashleigh McKenzie won an all-England final against Samuel Hall to give the home fans something to cheer about.
McKenzie had beaten Scotland’s Dylan Munro in his quarter-final and Australia’s Joshua Katz in the semis.
Hall had beaten Welshman Daniel Rabbitt in the quarters and Cypriot Petros Christodoulides in his semi-final.
Another thrilling encounter saw England’s Acelya Toprak narrowly beaten by World Champion Christa Deguchi of Canada.
By the end of the competition, Team England topped the Judo medal table with five golds, three silvers and five bronzes.
The other golds came from Daniel Powell, Lachlan Moorhead, Jamal Petgrave and Emma Reid.
The silvers were won by Gemma Howell and Samuel Hall (as well as Toprak) and Amy Platten, Katie-Jemima Yeats-Brown, Kelly Petersen-Pollard, Rhys Thompson and Harry Lovell-Hewitt won bronzes.