Elizaveta Kazelina became the first female overall world junior speed skating champion from Russia after claiming three victories in Changchun.
The International Skating Union (ISU) World Junior Speed Skating Championships in the Chinese city also saw Canada's Benjamin Donnelly end two consecutive Dutch victories to win the men's title.
Kazelina won over 500 metres, 1000m and 1500m to finish on 161.816 points overall with the lower the score the better.
Hosts China grabbed silver thanks to Mei Han, the bronze medallist over 1000m, ending on 161.816.
Bronze was claimed by South Korean Jo Woo Park.
Russia's Daria Kachanova won the 500m title with Japan's Ayano Sato taking the mass start title.
In the men's competition, Donnelly won over 1000m and 5000m to top the pile on 147.715.
South Korean Min Seok Kim, who won the 1500m ahead of the Canadian, was second overall on 148.193 with Dutch skater Marcel Bosker third on 150.028.
Belarus took the 500m title thanks to Ignat Golovatsyuk while the mass start victory went to Min.
In the team sprint events, Russia won both the men's and women's races, while the South Korea men and The Netherlands' women triumphed in the team pursuits.