Stoyka Krasteva of Bulgaria capped her impressive run through the Tokyo Olympics with the women's flyweight boxing gold medal. She beat top-seeded Buse Naz Cakiroglu of Turkey 5:0.
The 36-year-old Krasteva, a 2012 Olympian who returned to boxing in 2019 after a break, dominated her final four opponents to win Bulgaria's fifth-ever boxing gold and its first since Daniel Petrov in 1996. Bulgaria had won just one bronze in boxing since 2004.
Cakiroglu lost the final decisively, but still won Turkey's third-ever silver medal in boxing and sixth medal overall. Teammate Busenaz Surmeneli has another shot at Turkey's first boxing gold in the welterweight final later Saturday.
Huang Hsiao-wen of Taiwan, the 2019 world champion, and Tsukimi Namiki of Japan won bronze in the lightest women's weight class.