Oksana Masters claimed her second victory at the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Canmore ©Getty Images

Oksana Masters earned her second gold medal on the second day of action at the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Canmore.

The American claimed victory in the women’s sitting sprint event yesterday, before adding another triumph in the women's sitting middle event today.

Masters powered home in 21min 25.4sec, more than a minute clear of her closest challenger, compatriot Kendall Gretsch, who finished second in a real time of 23:22.3 and factored time of 22:26.2.

Russia’s Natalia Kocherova completed the podium, the same as yesterday's sprint event, achieving a time of 23:04.9.

Italy’s Giuseppe Romele matched Masters' double triumph in the men's sitting events, adding the middle distance to his sprint victory yesterday.

He again led home Russia’s Ivan Golubkov in 25:11, winning by more than 30 seconds. 

Canada's Collin Cameron finished third in 26:02.6.

Brian McKeever won the men's visually impaired middle event in 28:50.2 and Natalie Wilkie won the women's standing middle race in 28:12.6 to claim two gold medals for Canada.

Russia also won two races today - Vladislav Lekomtsev in the men's standing middle and Anna Panferova in the women's visually impaired middle.