Oksana Masters claimed four victories at the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup ©Getty Images

American Oksana Masters ended the doubleheader in Canmore in Canada with four gold medals in six races on her return to the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup, following a successful Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.

After winning all three races in cross-country, Masters claimed a fourth win in the women's sprint sitting biathlon race, finishing in 23min 38.3sec in front of her compatriot Kendall Gretsch.

Dual-sport star Masters won two gold medals in Para cycling at Tokyo 2020.

Gretsch - also a Tokyo 2020 gold medallist - won both the individual and middle biathlon races to ensure the United States won all six women's sitting World Cup races this week, with Masters finishing runner-up in both.

Russian Ivan Golubkov claimed victories in the men's sitting sprint and individual biathlon races in front of team mate Danila Britik.

Britik won the middle race in front of Canadian Collin Cameron and Golubkov.

Kendall Gretsch won twice in biathlon ©Getty Images
Kendall Gretsch won twice in biathlon ©Getty Images

Russian Vladislav Lekomtsev took wins in the men's standing sprint and middle races, while Frenchman Benjamin Daviet won the individual.

Stanislav Chokhlaev of Russia swept the men's races for athletes with visual impairments, leading a one-two with team mate Nikolay Polukhin.

Canadian Brittany Hudak claimed victories on home snow in the women's middle and sprint standing biathlon races.

Ekaterina Rumyantseva of Russia took the individual standing victory.

Finally, Russian Vera Khlyzova claimed all three biathlon wins in women's races for athletes with visual impairments.