Yuliya Galysheva, centre, won the women's dual moguls crown today ©Almaty 2017

Yuliya Galysheva and Dmitriy Reikherd of Kazakhstan dominated the women's and men's dual moguls competitions at the 2017 Winter Universiade here in Almaty today.

The duo also won the women's and men's moguls titles yesterday meaning the pair have now won all four moguls competitions.

Galysheva comfortably defeated Elizaveta Bezgodova of Russia in the women's big final 17-8 at the Shymbulak Ski Resort.

It was the Kazakh's second gold in as many days after she retained her women's moguls Winter Universiade gold that the 24-year-old won two years ago in Granada in Spain.

Galysheva was in ominous form all day, winning the qualification round before cruising through the eliminations stages which included a 25-0 win over Katharina Ramsauer in the semi-finals.

Bezgodova took the silver medal while Katharina Ramsauer of Austria was once again forced to settle for bronze, similarly to yesterday's mogul event, as she won the small final.

It was the second time in two days Yuliya Galysheva won a moguls gold medal in Almaty ©Almaty 2017
It was the second time in two days Yuliya Galysheva won a moguls gold medal in Almaty ©Almaty 2017

Reikherd then once again rounded off a fantastic day for the hosts as he took the men's dual moguls gold.

The Kazakh skier defeated Sergei Shimbuev of Russia 16-15 in the big final.

Rikherd opened the day with a third place finish in the qualification round before showing his true quality later in the day.

He first defeated Frenchman Clement Cabrol 20-5 in the quarter-finals before Evgenii Gedrovich became his next victim in the semi-finals, Reikherd winning 16-9.

Shimbuev was once again forced to settle for silver as he did yesterday.

Kazakhstan's Pavel Kolmakov once again won the bronze medal, after winning the small final, to ensure the top three remained the same as the day before.