Stefan Rettenegger helped Austria to Nordic combined success today at the FIS Nordic Junior and Under-23 Cross-Country World Ski Championships ©Getty Images

Austria claimed the last two gold medals on offer as action concluded today at the International Ski Federation Nordic Junior and Under-23 Cross-Country World Ski Championships in German town Oberwiesenthal.

The first of the country's two wins came in the men's team HS105/4x5 kilometres Nordic combined event, thanks to the performance of Stefan Rettenegger, Thomas Rettenegger, Johannes Lamparter and Fabio Obermeyr.

The quartet clocked an overall time of 47 min 23.5sec, with France's Maël Tyrode, Edgar Vallet, Mattéo Baud and Gaël Blondeau second in 47:59.4 and Norway's Emil Ottesen, Marius Solvik, Sebastian Østvold and Andreas Skoglund third in 48:01.7.

There was also success for Austria in the mixed team HS105 ski jumping competition, courtesy of a score of 1,023.3 points from Lisa Eder, Marco Wörgötter, Marita Kramer and Peter Resinger.

Norway's Eirin Maria Kvandal, Bendik Jakobsen Heggli, Thea Minyan Bjørseth and Sander Vossan Eriksen were the runners-up with 1,021.7 points.

Rounding off the podium with 986 points were Slovenia's Jerneja Brecl, Jan Bombek, Katra Komar and Mark Hafnar.

Norway topped the overall medal standings with nine golds, six silvers and four bronzes.

Sweden finished second with five golds, two silvers and three bronzes, while Austria came third with four golds, two silvers and one bronze.