Britain's Bianca Walkden won her first European title with victory over world champion Olga Ivanova in the +73kg category in Azerbaijan.
Walkden, 22, beat the Russian world number one 6-2 at the European Taekwondo Championships in Baku.
She said: "It's amazing. I could win Open events, but I could never do it at a major. Until now."
World number one Lutalo Muhammad won bronze in the -87kg to take Britain's medal tally to three in two days.
The 22-year-old, bronze medallist in the -80kg category at London 2012, was a surprise winner at the event two years ago.
And Walkden has set her sights on emulating Muhammad by competing at the Olympics in Rio in two years' time.
She said: "I want to take all this in and then start collecting enough ranking points to get to Rio. I want to have another gold medal around my neck in two years' time."
Scot Asia Bailey secured Britain's first medal in Baku with bronze in the -46kg on Thursday.
Olympic champion Jade Jones joins the competition on Saturday.