The Russian duo - ranked 22 and 24 in the world respectively - lived up to their reputations by downing Thailand's Noppawan Lertcheewakarn and Varatchaya Wongteanchai 6-4 6-3 in the final.
Belarusian pair Darya Lebesheva and Pekhova Polina claimed bronze along with Barbara Sobaszkiewicz and Sylwia Zagorska of Poland.
In the men's doubles final, Hsin-han Lee and Hsien-yin Peng from Chinese Taipei disappointed home fans with a 6-3 6-4 victory over Russian pair Konstantin Kravchuk and Victor Baluda.
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Aliaksandr Bury and Andrei Vasilevski from Belarus and Yongkyu Lim with Sangwoo Noh from Korea shared bronze.
In Greco-Roman wrestling, Olympic champion Alan Khugaev won the men's 64kg final again Maksim Manukyan of Armenia.
Khugaev won the first frame and managed to keep the lead to secure a 2-0 victory. Bronze medals were claimed by David Khamzatov of Belarus and Jean Belenyuk of Ukraine.
The Greco-Roman wrestling tournament concludes on Tuesday when medal events in the 60kg, 74kg and 96kg will be decided.
Russia were also celebrating on the basketball court after their men's team reached the final with a 78-68 win over Canada.
In the final, Sergey Karasev’s team will play Australia, who beat Serbia 65-62 in the other semi.
In the pool, Martina De Memme charged to victory in the women's 800m freestyle to claim swimming gold for Italy.
De Memme touched home in 8:28.09 ahead of Stephanie Peacock of the US (8:28.21) and another American swimmer Ashley Steenvoorden (8:.29.79).
Germany claimed a bronze medal in the men's field hockey tournament after downing Malaysia 4-3. Russia and France will battle for gold in the final.
Universiade. Day 10. Swimming. © RIA Novosti/Alexander Wilf
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Jevgenij Suklin of Lithuania won gold in the men’s 500m canoe single (C1) race with a time of 1:55.586, which was enough to edge out Sergey Yemelyanov from Kazakhstan into second. Andrei Bahdanovich of Belarus took third.
Meanwhile, Russian kayakers Kirill Lyapunov, Aleksandr Nikolaev, Artem Kononyuk and Oleg Kharitonov won gold medals in the men’s 200m kayak four.
The winners’ stopped the clock at 30.060 seconds, with Ukraine coming second with a time of 30.611s. Poland's crew claimed bronze.
Belarusian sambo wrestler Mikalai Matsko secured gold in the men’s -100 kg after beating Israel's Peter Paltchik 3-1. Russia's Dmitriy Eliseev and Mykhailo Cherkasov of Ukraine took bronze medals.
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