The road cycling time trials took place at the Aerodrom Maribor today, with Dutch riders winning both the boys and girls events ©Sportsfile

Dutch athletes claimed golds in the boys and girls road cycling time trials at the European Youth Olympic Festival in Maribor, Slovenia.

In tough conditions, featuring high winds and heavy rain, Gijs Schoonvelde took gold at the Aerodrom Maribor P.O, in 12min 52.89sec.

Silver went to Ireland’s Conor Murphy in 12:55.38, with the podium completed by Germany’s Maximilian Benz in 13:01.42.

Earlier in the day the girls time trial title went to the Netherlands Megan Arens in 14:24.66, with her compatriot Jente Koops claiming bronze in 14:30.61.

Britain’s Erin Boothman also earned a podium spot, winning silver in 14:27.42.

The boys and girls 100 metres titles were also decided today, as athletics action continued at the Poljane Athletics Stadium.

Miia Ott of Estonia took the girls title in 11.80sec, with silver going to Alice Pagliarini of Italy in 11.88, and bronze won by Hungarian Zita Szentgyorgyi in 11.89.

The boys title went to France’s Ylann Bizasene in 10.53, with silver won by Ido Peretz of Israel in 10.70, and bronze going to Hungary’s Zalan Deak in 10.75.

In artistic gymnastics, Britain took the boys team title with a score of 159.250, with Italy claiming silver in 158.300 and bronze going to Armenia in 156.500.

In the boys individual all-around final Tommaso Brugnami of Italy took gold in 79.750, with two British athletes completing the podium - with silver going to Jonas Rushworth in 79.250 and bronze won by Alex Niscoveanu in 79.100.

Medals were also won today in judo and swimming, while competition took place in tennis, volleyball, handball and 3x3 basketball.

Italy currently lead the overall medal table, with a total of 11, consisting of three golds, five silvers and three bronzes.

Hungary are second in the medal standings with nine, featuring three of each colour.

Medals are due to be won tomorrow in athletics, artistic gymnastics, judo, mountain biking and swimming.

The multi-sport event for athletes aged 14 to 18 is due to continue until Saturday (July 29).