Oleksandra Kononova won on the same day as her husband in standing events ©Getty Images

Canada’s Collin Cameron and Belarus' Sviatlana Sakhanenka claimed their first victories on the Para Nordic Skiing World Cup circuit today here as a Ukrainian married couple also each triumphed.

The sprint finals doubled as a test event for next year's Winter Paralympics.

Oleksandra Kononova and Grygorii Vovchynskyi, married in 2011, both claimed victories in respective male and female standing classes.

Double cross-country Paralympic champion Kononova secured her second win of the competition to follow her long distance triumph.

Canada’s Emily Young and Kononova’s compatriot and world champion Liudmyla Liashenko finished second and third respectively.

There were no race times are published due to the staggered start system of the races in which athletes are classified by their differing levels of impairments.

Vovchynskyi claimed his third World Cup win of the season.

Japan’s Yoshihiro Nitta finished in second place and Ukraine’s rankings leader Ihor Reptyukh finished third. 

Canada's Cameron, competing in just his second season on the international circuit, beat United States duo Daniel Cnossen and Andrew Soule to victory in the men's sitting event. 

Ukraine's Maksym Yarovyi remained the World Cup number one, despite finishing sixth.

Canada’s Collin Cameron, centre, secured gold in the sitting category ©Getty Images
Canada’s Collin Cameron, centre, secured gold in the sitting category ©Getty Images

The US went one better in the corresponding women's sitting event as Oksana Masters followed on from her golden treble at last month's World Championships.

She finished in front of Germany's Andrea Eskau and Belarus' Lidziya Hrafeyeva.

Sakhanenka topped the women’s visually impaired podium with guide Iryna Nafranovich. 

The Belarusian, who only made her World Cup debut in January, beat Austria’s two-time world champion Carina Edlinger and guide Julian Edlinger.

Ukraine’s World Cup number one Oksana Shyshkova took the bronze medal alongside guide Volodymyr Ivanov.

Jacob Adicoff claimed a third US win of the day alongside guide Sawyer Kesselheim in the men's visually impaired event.

Belarus’ Yury Holub and guide Dzmitry Budzilovich took silver and Ukraine’s Iurii Utkin, guided by Ruslan Perekhoda, followed them onto the podium in third.

Competition is scheduled to continue tomorrow with biathlon Individual races.