The three-day Judo bonanza kicked off with Team England success in the form of a gold medal for Ashley McKenzie who came out on top in an all-English final against Sam Hall in the 60kg competition.
These were backed up by a further three medals on the opening day. Acelya Toprak also took home a silver medal after losing her Women's 57kg final to Canadian Christa Deguchi.
Rounding off the first medals in judo, Amy Platten won her bronze medal match over Malawi's Harriet Bonface in the 48kg.
Day two proved just as fruitful with a raft of medals again won by English Judokas. Hometown hero Daniel Powell won his maiden senior international title when he took gold in a gruelling final to win the Men’s -73kg category. There was also gold for Lachlan Moorhead who won by ippon in the -81kg category. For Gemma Howell it was silver, but a celebration of growth after she initially planned to quit the sport six years ago.
Kelly Petersen-Pollard and Katie-Jemima Yeats-Brown both took bronze by ippon in their -70kg bouts, defeating Nigeria's Joy Oluchi Asonye and Northern Ireland's Rachael Hawkes respectively.
The final day of action brought another flourish of silverware.
Three-time British champion Jamal Petgrave got the ball rolling with gold in a scrappy -90kg final while Emma Reid also claimed gold by beating “idol” Natalie Powell in front of a packed-out Coventry Arena. She produced the performance of her life and was roared to victory by adoring fans.