France claimed gold in four of the seven categories on day two of the British Open, a senior European Cup event, to convincingly finish top of the medal table at K2 Crawley.
The ever-impressive French team took an emphatic fifteen medals over the course of the weekend to finish ahead of the Netherlands and Spain.
Second-placed Netherlands scored eleven medals which featured two gold, one silver and eight bronze.
Third-placed Spain picked up one gold medal, four silver and one bronze to pip hosts Britain who finished in fourth spot.
In the -52kg category Delphine Delsalle defeated Poland's Zuzanna Pawlikowska to take gold while her compatriot Morgane Brunet topped the -57kg category by besting Marine Richard in an all-French final.
Kimberley Renicks lost her bronze medal bout at -48kg.
Britain won four medals on day one through Nathon Burns, Lewis Keeble, Faith Pitman and Sarah Adlington.
photos Janos Schmidt