Brittany Bowe of the United States won her second gold medal at the International Skating Union (ISU) Speed Skating World Cup in Hamar in the women's 1,500 metres race.
Bowe won gold yesterday in the women's 1,000m at the Lillehammer 1994 Olympic Speed Skating Hall in Hamar and today added to her tally with victory in the longer event.
She recorded a time of 1min 55.892sec to win, beating Dutch skaters Lotte van Beek and Joy Beune, who finished in 1:56.132 and 1:57.151 respectively.
Russian world record holder Denis Yuskov won the men's 1,500m in 1:44.957.
In second place was Håvard Bøkko of Norway with a time of 1:46.287 and Min Seok Kim of South Korea finished third with 1:46.398.
Yuskov has now overtaken Seitaro Ichinohe in the overall World Cup standings, with the Japanese skater finishing in seventh today.
The second 500m races also took place, with Russia's Pavel Kulizhnikov winning again in 34.786sec.
His compatriot Ruslan Murashov was second in 34.829 and South Korea's Jun-Ho Kim took third place with a time of 34.849.
Vanessa Herzog of Austria won the women's 500m in the absence of Japan's Nao Kodaira, the Olympic champion and the winner of yesterday's 500m, her 37th consecutive victory.
Russian skaters completed the podium, with Angelina Golikova finishing second in 37.901 and Olga Fatkulina third in 38.090.
The event in Hamar was the fifth and final leg of the World Cup season, with the Finals due to take place in Salt Lake City on March 9 and 10.