In women's 50m prone, the Russian shooter Daria Bulavina won the gold medal. German Melanie Stabel, who had broken a world record in the qualifiers with 615.3 points, won the silver. The bronze medal went to Korean shooter Goh Woon Kim. Turkish shooters Ayşe Coşar ranked 9th and Ayşe Temur 11th, failing to qualify for the finals.

In men's 4x400m relay qualifiers, the Turkish team of Şükrü Çetinkaya, Hasan Baydaş, Hüseyin Baydaş and Yasin Süzen ranked first both in their own series and overall, reaching the finals. The final will be run on July 29, Saturday, at 20:00.

In women's triple jump, the last champion and worl record holder Cuban Suslaidy Girat Rivero defended her title. The silver went to Belarusian Marharyta Hralko and the bronze to Russian Angela Alemseitova.

In men's 200m, Maki Yamada from Japan won the gold medal with a time of 22.30. The silver went to 100m champion Ukrainian Dmytro Vyshynski and the bronze went to American Taylor Koss.

In men's 800m, Belarusian Aliaksandr Charniak won the gold medal, while the silver and bronze went to Korean Mooyong Lee and Spanish Jaime Martinez Morga respectively.

In women's 800m, Russia won all three medals: Iuliia Abubiakirova received the gold medal, Diana Solodova the silver and Ekaterina Kudriavtseva the bronze.

In decathlon, the competition has ended with the 110m hurdles, discus throw, pole vault, javelin throw and 1500m legs. After the 10 legs, Russian Maxim Kulikov, who had been leading Day 1 as well defended his lead and won the gold medal. Another Russian, Konstantin Khilenko, who finished second on Day 1, also defended his second place. Russian Kirill Tsybizov overtook Japanese Hiroyuki Maejima, who was third on Day 1, and won the bronze medal.

In the men's singles final, Chinese Kaifeng Tang defeated Russian Artemy Karpov 2-0 and won the gold medal. Russian Shookhzod Gulomzoda, who defeated Lithuanian Kazimieras Dauskurtas with a score of 2-0, earned the bronze medal.

In the women's singles final, Chinese Meng Wang defeated Korean Seonhwa Jeong with a score of 2-1 and won the gold medal. The bronze medal went to Japanese Manami Nagahara, who defeated Chinese Meng Xing Wang 2-1.

In the mixed doubles final, the Russian pair Artemy Karpov/Alena Soboleva defeated the Malaysians Heng Bock Francis Tan/Wei Ying Boon with a score of 2-0, winning the gold medal. The Chinese pair Yibo Ding/Heng Yan Zhan won the bronze, defeating Chung-I Chen/Yan-Ru She from Chinese Taipei.

In the women's doubles final, the Chinese pair Meng Wang/Heng Yang Zhang defeated Jung-Yu Fan/Yan-Ru Shen from Chinese Taipei with a score of 2-0, winning the gold medal. Koreans Seonhwa Jeong/Soyeong Lee defeated the Japanese Mika Yoshida/Chihiro Shinada 2-0, winning the bronze medal.

In the men's doubles final, Siriwat Mattayanumat/Ittikorn Punyangam from Thailand defeated the Koreans Myeongsoo Seo/Hyunwoo Shin with a score of 2-0 and won the gold medal. Russians Valery Antonov/Mikhail Efremov defeated the Chinese Yibo Ding/Yaodong Wen with a score of 2-0 and earned the bronze medal.

In the women's team finals, Chinese Taipei defeated South Korea and won the gold medal. Ukraine and Russia won the bronze. The Turkish team of Zeynep Canpolat, Zehra Gülen, Melek İman, Burcu Koçyiğit, Feride Korkmaz and Şükriye Mutlusoy ranked 8th.

Turkey Deaf Women's Football Team defeated China 6-0 in the 5th place match, with goals from Berfin Demir (31', 78', 90'), Özlem Aktaş (38'), Sümeyye Merdivan (45+1') and Elif Ömür (50'), finishing the tournament 5th.

Brazil won the bronze medal, beating Great Britain 2-1 with a clincher on the 89th minute by Vaneza Wons. The final game of women's football will be played on July 29, Saturday at 21:00 between Poland-Russia.

Turkey Deaf Men's Handball Team defeated Russia with a score of 30-26 in the final match and became the champions. Croatia won the bronze medal, beating Germany 26-22.

In men's singles poomsae, Ali Rıza Karaca from Turkey won the gold medal. Korean Hyeseong Choi won the silver and Russian Stepan Ayvazyan won the bronze.

In women's team poomsae, the Turkish team of Ayşe Gül Gökkaya, Aslıhan Savan and Elif Yenigün won the gold. The Korean team won the silver, and the Chinese team won the bronze.

In women's singles poomsae, Korean Hye Jeong Park won the gold and the Turkish athlete Ayşe Gül Gökkaya won the silver. The bronze medal was won by Yuliia Ovchinnikova from Russia.

In men's team poomsae, the Korean team of Hyeseong Choi, Daeho Lee and Changbeom Woo won the gold medal. The Turkish team of İbrahim Atamer, Zeki Çalışkan and Ali Karaca won the silver. The Chinese team won the bronze.

In mixed pairs poomsae, the Korean pair Hyeseong Choi/Hye Jeong Park won the gold. The Russians Stepan Ayvazyan/Daria Naumenko-Kravchenko won the silver. İbrahim Atamer/Aslıhan Savan from Turkey won the bronze.

In the women's singles final, Chia-Wen Lin from Chinese Taipei defeated Russian Polina Smirnova in two sets of 6/2 and won the gold medal. The bronze medal went to Chiu-Mei Ho from Chinese Taipei, who defeated German Verena Fleckenstein 6/0, 6/2.

In the men's singles final, Czech Jaroslav Smedek won 6/1, 7/5 against Andres Sebastian Vazquez, winning the gold medal. Russian Egor Panyushkin defeated the Slovenian Marino Kegl in two sets of 6/3, 6/0, winning the bronze medal.

Turkey Deaf Men's Volleyball Team defeated Ukraine in three sets of 25-22, 25-21, 25-23, becoming the champions. Russia defeated Iran 3-1, winning the gold medal.

In women's volleyball, Japan defeated Italy 3-0 and won the gold. USA defeated Ukraine 3-0, becoming the bronze medalists.

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