Ebba Andersson claimed a second win today at the FIS Nordic Junior and Under-23 Cross-Country World Ski Championships ©Getty Images

Sweden's Ebba Andersson came out on top in the under-23 women's 15 kilometres mass start freestyle cross-country event on day six of the International Ski Federation Nordic Junior and Under-23 Cross-Country World Ski Championships in German town Oberwiesenthal.

Andersson, a world champion and Olympic silver medallist in the women's 4x5km relay event, led a Swedish podium sweep with a time of 35 min 44.4sec.

It adds to her win in the women's 10km classic event from Tuesday (March 3).

Moa Lundgren finished second in 36:21.5, while Emma Ribom came third in 36:29.6.

In the under-23 men's 30km mass start freestyle cross-country event, Norway's Harald Østberg Amundsen claimed victory in 1:12:42.0.

Sergey Ardashev, who beat Amundsen to the men's 15km classic title on Tuesday, was the runner-up in 1:12:49.4.

Rounding off the podium was Norway's Håvard Moseby in 1:13:22.5.

The first ski jumping medals were also awarded today, with Austria's Marita Kramer winning the women's HS105 event and compatriot Peter Resinger the men's HS105 competition.

Kramer triumphed with a total of 238.9 points and was followed in the standings by Norway's Thea Minyan Bjørseth and Italy's Lara Malsiner with 213.5 and 211.9, respectively.

Later in the day, Resinger prevailed with a total of 238.3 points, ahead of Norway's Sander Vossan Eriksen with 230.9 and Slovenia's Mark Hafnar with 228.5.

Action in Oberwiesenthal is due to continue tomorrow.