The Netherlands secured the women's team pursuit title on the final day of action at the International Skating Union World Junior Speed Skating Championships in Salt Lake City.
The Dutch team, consisting of Joy Beune, Elisa Dul and Jutta Leerdam, recorded a time of 2min 59.559sec over their six-lap race to finish top of the podium at the Utah Olympic Oval.
Japan finished in the silver medal position in a time of 3:02.686 with South Korea finishing third thanks to a time of 3:05.066.
In the men's event, South Korea moved from bronze to gold thanks to the efforts of Lee Do Hyung, Kim Min Seok and Chung Jaewon, who posted a time of 3:43.557 in their eight laps.
Japan secured another silver medal after finishing in 3:44.685, just 0.048 seconds ahead of Russia in the bronze medal position.
Canada's Béatrice Lamarche led the way in the women's mass start, beating off competition from Poland's Karolina Bosiek and Italy's Laura Peveri, who claimed silver and bronze respectively.
David la Rue made it a double gold for Canada thanks to his victory in the men’s mass start.
The 19-year-old led the pack ahead of Ethan Cepuran of host country the United States and Kim Min Seok of South Korea, who finished second and third respectively.
"I had to look at the board first to make sure that I medaled,” Cepuran said.
"I knew it was close but I had to make sure, and then I screamed.
"I was so happy - I couldn’t believe it."