Dutch star Ireen Wüst secured her fourth 1,500 metres title as compatriot Thomas Krol clinched his first gold medal on the final day of the International Skating Union World Single Distances Speed Skating Championships in Inzell.
Wüst, a five-time Olympic gold medallist, topped the podium in the 1,500m for the first time since 2013 with a commanding performance at the Max Aicher Arena.
The 32-year-old stopped the clock at 1min 52.814sec to beat Japan's Miho Takagi, while American Brittany Bowe added another medal to her collection from the event with bronze.
Krol chose the perfect stage to claim the biggest win of his career as he skated to victory in the men's 1,500m event to complete the Dutch domination of the distance.
The 26-year-old finished in a track record and personal best time of 1:42.582 to defeat recently-crowned world 5,000m champion Sverre Lunde Pedersen of Norway.
Denis Yuskov did enough for the bronze medal in 1:43.202, just 0.05 seconds slower than Pedersen.
Irene Schouten continued the Dutch success on the last day of competition as she triumphed in the women's mass start.
The Olympic silver medallist, winner of the event in 2015, stopped the clock at 8:27.840 and earned 60 sprint points to hold off the challenge of Canada's Ivanie Blondin.
The Canadian was forced to settle for the silver medal, while bronze was claimed by Russian Elizaveta Kazelina.
American Joey Mantia retained his title in the men's mass start after finishing in 7:35.660.
Um Cheon-Ho of South Korea won silver medal as he completed the event in 7:36.110 with team-mate Chung Jae-won taking the silver.