Home athletes Martin Fleig and Anja Wicker won the respective men's and women's sitting events, on day two of sprint biathlon competition at the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Altenberg and Dresden in Germany.
Fleig triumphed in a time of 13 min 55.9sec, with Russia's Ivan Golubkov second in 14:05.1 and compatriot Danila Britik third in 14:34.2.
Wicker, meanwhile, held off Americans Kendall Gretsch and Oksana Masters to prevail in 15:53.1.
Gretsch was the runner-up in 16:07.8, while Masters rounded off the podium in 16:15.9.
Russia and Ukraine also claimed two gold medals each today.
Vladislav Lekomtsev and Vera Khlyzova were Russia's winners in the men's standing and women's visually impaired events, respectively.
Lekomtsev won in 10:26.2, ahead of Canada's Mark Arendz in 10:45.4 and Ukraine's Ihor Reptyukh in 11:05.8.
As for Khlyzova, she tasted victory in 12:47.4 and was followed in the standings by Germany's Clara Klug in 13:36.9 and Belarus' Sviatlana Sakhanenka in 13:44.4.
One of Ukraine's two victors was Iryna Bui, who came out on top in the women's standing in 12:57.7.
Poland's Iweta Faron took the silver medal in 13:15.5, while Russia's Ekaterina Rumyantseva clinched the bronze in 13:16.8.
There was also success for Ukraine in the men's visually impaired, which saw Iaroslav Reshetynskyi win in 11:22.7.
Completing the medallists were Russia's Nikolai Polukhin (11:27.2) and Belarus' Yury Holub (12:11.6).
Action in Altenberg and Dresden concludes tomorrow with the team sprint biathlon events.