Norway and Sweden were crowned curling champions at the Winter Universiade as bandy gold saw hosts Russia secure their 100th medal of Krasnoyarsk 2019.
The Norwegian men's curling team had been forced to come through a play-off yesterday against Sweden before stunning round-robin table toppers Britain 8-6 in the semi-final.
Another close match unfolded in the final with Norway and Canada trading points in the opening exchanges.
The theme continued into the seventh end with the scores locked at 3-3, before Norwegian skip Magnus Ramsfjell secured two crucial points in the eighth end to appear on course for victory.
Canada instantly levelled the match but Norway held the crucial final stone advantage in the last end.
It proved critical as Ramsfjell held his nerve to secure the solitary point required to give Norway a 6-5 win and the gold medal.
Britain bounced back from their semi-final defeat with victory over Switzerland in the bronze medal game.
The Swiss team scored two points in the ninth end to move within one point of their rivals at 6-5 down, but four points in the 10th saw Britain secure their first medal of Krasnoyarsk 2019.
Sweden followed up a comfortable semi-final victory over Britain yesterday with another strong display in the women's gold medal match.
Isabella Wranå, a 2017 junior world champion, led her team to a comprehensive 8-3 lead over South Korea.
The deficit saw South Korea concede defeat in the eighth end.
It was a similar story in the bronze medal match, where Britain conceded defeat to hosts Russia when trailing 12-5.
The bronze brought Russia to the brink of achieving 100 medals at their home Winter Universiade.
The century was achieved by gold in the men’s bandy tournament, which brought the sport’s first appearance at the Universiade to a close.
Russia celebrated a 6-1 victory over Sweden, earning revenge for the reverse result in the women's event two days ago.
Norway claimed the bronze medal courtesy of a 5-3 win over Finland.
Germany's Lea Bouard emerged as the winner of the women's dual moguls competition as freestyle skiing continued at the Sopka Cluster.
The single moguls silver medallist was able to upgrade to gold by beating yesterday's champion Kisara Sumiyoshi of Japan in the big final.
Russia's Elizaveta Bezgodova celebrated victory in the small final to take bronze.
Former world champion Ikuma Horishima won the men's title, as he overcame Kazakhstan's Pavel Kolmakov in the final.
Bronze went to yesterday's moguls winner, Benjamin Cavet of France.