Russia's Ivan Frantsev and guide German Agranovskii were the winners of the men's visually impaired super-G at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk today ©Para Snow Sports/Twitter

Hosts Russia claimed two gold medals as the second and final day of super-G competition took place today at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.

Iuliia Mosova and guide Denis Perevozchikov made the home nation's anthem heard at the event for the first time after winning the women's visually impaired race.

As the sole competitor, she clocked a time of 1min 50.23sec.

There was also success for Russia in the men's visually impaired race, which saw Ivan Frantsev and German Agranovskii beat Italy's Giacomo Bertagnolli and guide Andrea Ravelli to victory by a slender margin of 0.09sec with a time of 1:10.87.

Slovakia's Miroslav Haraus and Maros Hudik took the bronze medal in 1:13.22.

Among today's other gold medallists was France's Marie Bochet, who recorded her fifth consecutive win of the event in the women's standing category.

Bochet, who earned a hat-trick of downhill victories and also won yesterday's super-G, prevailed in 1:15.98.

Russia's Varvara Voronchikhina was the runner-up in 1:16.25 and Switzerland's Bigna Schmidt rounded off the podium in 1:27.96.

Also producing podium-topping performances today were Austria's Markus Salcher and Switzerland's Murat Pelit in men's standing and men's sitting respectively.

Salcher made it two wins out of two in super-G with a time of 1:09.09, finishing ahead of Switzerland's Thomas Pfyl in 1:11.89 and France's Manoel Bourdenx in 1:12.02.

Pelit, meanwhile, secured the first World Cup victory of his career in 1:27.22.

The United States' Laurie Stephens was again the sole competitor in the women's sitting event and posted a time of 1:40.15.

Following a rest day tomorrow, action in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk is due to continue on Wednesday (February 19).

Two sets of giant slalom races are scheduled.