Ivanie Blondin of Canada claimed two gold medals on the final day of the International Skating Union (ISU) Speed Skating World Cup in Nur-Sultan.
Her first gold came in the women's 1500 metre race after recorded the winning time of 1min 55.599sec at the Alau Ice Palace in the Kazakhstan capital.
In second was Dutch skater Ireen Wüst in 1:55.881, while Brittany Bowe of the United States finished third in 1:55.960.
Blondin then topped the podium again, this time alongside compatriots Valerie Maltais, Beatrice Lamarche and Isabelle Weidemann in the women's team pursuit.
They triumphed in 3min 00.246sec, followed by The Netherlands in 3:00.350 and Russia in 3:04.346.
It's her again! Blondin on 🔥 as 🥇Canada🇨🇦 win ladies' Team Pursuit 🥈Netherlands🇳🇱 🥉Russia🇷🇺— ISU Speed Skating (@ISU_Speed) December 8, 2019
Day 3 | ISU World Cup #3 | Nur-Sultan
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The men's team pursuit was taken by Italy in 3:46.317, with Canada coming second with a time of 3:47.661 and Russia third in 3:48.260.
Zhongyan Ning of China managed to hold a double Dutch challenge in the men's 1500m.
He crossed the line in 1:44.918, while Patrick Roest finished in 1:45.088 to take second and Kjeld Nuis in 1:45.214 to claim third.
The day's competition concluded the World Cup event, with the next stop scheduled to be in the Japanese city of Nagano from Friday to Sunday (December 13 to 15).