Sweden continued their dominance of the Women's World Floorball Championships by clinching a seventh successive title in the Swiss town of Neuchâtel.
Sweden came up against Switzerland in the final, which went to overtime after finishing 2-2 at the end of normal time at the Patinoires du Littoral.
It was Switzerland who scored first through Margrit Scheidegger, before Sweden drew level after a Seraina Ulber own goal.
In the second period, Moa Gustafsson put Sweden 2-1 up, with Corin Rüttimann equalising for Switzerland in the third period to become the leading World Championship goalscorer.
Johanna Hulgren hit the winner for Sweden in overtime, sparking jubilant celebrations.
The bronze-medal match also went to overtime as Finland edged past the Czech Republic 5-4 after Veera Kauppi scored the golden goal.
Her sister, Oona Kauppi, was named the most valuable player at the conclusion of the tournament.
Poland eased to fifth place with a 8-4 victory against Slovakia, while Germany narrowly defeated Latvia 4-3 to take seventh place.