Marte Olsbu Røiseland anchored Norway to victory in the women's relay to secure her fourth gold medal at the Biathlon World Championships in Antholz-Anterselva.
Røiseland, Synnøve Solemdahl, Ingrid Landmark Tandrevold and Tiril Eckhoff clocked a combined time of one hour 07min 05.7sec to continue Norway's success in the relays at the event in the Italian resort.
The Norwegian quartet finished the 4x6 kilometres race 10.7 seconds ahead of Germany's Karolin Horchler, Vanessa Hinz, Franziska Preuß and Denise Herrmann.
Ukraine, whose team comprised Anastasiya Merkushyna, Yuliia Dzhima, Vita Semerenko and Olena Pidhrushna, took bronze, 18.4 behind Norway.
Victory for Norway handed Røiseland a fourth title, adding to her triumphs in the single mixed relay, mixed relay and individual 7.5km sprint.
"I was so, so nervous before the start," Røiseland said.
"The girls really wanted this medal, so I was a bit nervous."
Norway were denied a clean sweep of the relays after France pipped them to gold in the men's 7.5km event, which Russian Alexander Loginov competed in despite being the subject of an anti-doping raid by Italian police this morning.
Émilien Jacquelin and Martin Fourcade clinched their second gold medals of the Championships as they joined Simon Desthieux and Quentin Fillon Maillet to secure victory in 1:12:35.9.
Vetle Sjåstad Christiansen, Johannes Dale, Tarjei Bø and Johannes Thingnes Bø of Norway were 21.5 seconds behind in silver medal position.
Erik Lesser, Philipp Horn, Arnd Peiffer and Benedikt Doll of Germany claimed bronze.
The Championships conclude with the women's and men's mass start races tomorrow.