Great Britain's Lucy Renshall won her second Grand Prix title with victory in the Portugal Grand Prix in Odivelas.
The 28-year-old beat Australian top seed Katharina Hecker to top the podium in the -63kg category in the first event of the 2024 Judo World Tour.
Renshall secured victory when Hecker was given a third shido for stepping out of the contest area.
Britain's Kelly Petersen Pollard was fifth in the -70kg category after losing to Germany's Miriam Butkereit.
A close contest went all the way to a golden score where Butkereit registered a waza-ari in the opening minute to seal the win and take the bronze medal.
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