Action resumed today at the Inline Speed Skating World Championships in The Netherlands ©World Skate

Spain won two of the four gold medals on offer as action resumed today at the Inline Speed Skating World Championships in The Netherlands.

Enrique Rubio Mesas and Marina Oliveras Argibay won the respective men’s slide and women’s jump events in Arnhem.

Rubio Mesas improved on his bronze medal-winning performance at the 2017 World Roller Games in Nanjing to finish ahead of Russia's Denis Shirobokov and Thailand’s Puhri Senarat.

Oliveras Argibay, meanwhile, led a European podium sweep with eight attempts and 122 centimetres.

France’s Maëliss Conan finished second with 120cm and Italy’s Elisa Paoli was third with 100cm.

Among today’s other winners was Russia’s Natalia Krykova, who came out on top in the women’s slide event.

Ukraine’s Bohdana Hotsko was the silver medallist and defending champion Nichakan Chinupun of Thailand took the bronze.

Krykova’s fellow Russian Olga Fokina just missed out on the podium in fourth place, with some imperfections costing her.

In the men’s free jump, France’s Florian Petitcollin prevailed with 155cm.

He was followed by Italians Alessio Bianzale and Matteo Pallazzi, who finished in the silver and bronze medal positions respectively after both registering 140cm.

Tomorrow’s action is due to see the junior and senior speed slalom finals take centre stage for both men and women.

The freestyle classic pair event is also scheduled.