Over 1,000 veteran judoka have made the trip to Cancun to compete in the sport's premier competition for judoka aged 30 and above.
Day one featured the oldest men's categories as the M6, M7, M8, M9, M10 age groups were in action.
Pan American nations led the way with Brazil sitting comfortably in pole position in the medal table. The hosts of the last Olympiad earned five gold medals, three silver and two bronze.
U.S.A are second with Germany in third place.
Ireland's John Dennis was among the winners as he claimed gold in the M9 (Men 70-74) -90kg category ahead of 1972 Munich Olympian Terence Watt (GBR).
In addition to the inspiring action on the tatami, Mr Andrei Bondor (below - left), Chair of the IJF Veterans Commission, made a special presentation.
Mr. Jobb Andor, the oldest athlete and a revered painter, was recognised for his years of service to judo.
Watch day two live and free on Thursday on the IJF YouTube channel. Click here for the streaming links to all four mats.