Russia and The Netherlands won another two gold medals at the International Skating Union (ISU) European Speed Skating Championships in Heerenveen.
Olga Fatkulina claimed Russia's first gold medal, triumphing in the women's 500 metre race at Thialf Ice Arena.
She crossed the line in 37.40sec, finishing in front of Austria's Vanessa Herzog in 37.49 and another Russian, Angelina Golikova, in 37.50.
Russia's second gold medal then came through Pavel Kulizhnikov in the men's 500m.
He recorded a time of 34.38, beating Dutch skater Dai Dai Ntab in 34.47 and fellow Russian Ruslan Murashov in 34.59.
The Netherlands had more luck in the men's 5000m after Patrick Roest set a track record of 6:08.92.
They also received silver through Sven Kramer in 6:10.76, with Denis Yukov of Russia claiming bronze in 6:12.26.
Esmee Visser secured a second Dutch gold, emerging victorious from the women's 3,000m with a time of 3:59.15.
She was followed by Natalia Voronina of Russia and Francesca Lollobrigida of Italy in 4:01.66, with Voronina taking the silver in the photo finish.
Competition concludes tomorrow with the men and women's team pursuit, mass start and 1000m.