The 35th edition of the Valtellina Orobie took place this week ©Getty Images

Oriol Cardona Coll and Emily Harrop were victorious in the sprint race at Valtellina Orobie today as part of the International Ski Mountaineering Federation (ISMF) World Cup.

Spaniard Cardona Coll crossed the line after 3min 10sec at the 35th event on the Italian course.

He was outpaced by Arno Lietha, finishing in 3:06.

However, the Swiss athlete was penalised meaning he dropped into second place and Cardona Coll took the victory.

Hans-Inge Klette then closed out the podium with a time of 3:12.

Cardona Coll and Lietha also took gold and silver at last week's sprint race in Morgins in Switzerland.

Michele Boscacci of Italy remains in first position in the overall men's rankings with 713 points.

He is followed by Robert Antonioli on 663 points and Thibault Anselmet's 601.

In the women's sprint, Harrop added to her third-place finish on Thursday (February 3) in the individual race as she claimed gold after 3:37 today.

Tove Alexandersson followed close behind with a time of 3:40.

She also podiumed on Thursday after posting a silver medal-winning performance.

Mara Martini of Italy was the only home senior athlete to finish in the top three as a 3:41 was enough to secure the bronze medal.

Alexandersson extended her lead in the women's season rankings.

The Swede has 969 points while Frenchwomen Axelle Gachet-Mollaret and Harrop have 969 and 940, respectively.

Lisa Moreschini, Samantha Bertolina and Katia Mascherona pulled off a remarkable one-two-three finish, respectively, in the women's under-23 event.

More youth success for Italy came in the men's under-23 as Giovanni Rossi pocketed the gold medal.

Switzerland's Patrick Perreten and Matteo Favre rounded out the top three in second and third, respectively.

Brothers Robin and Thomas Bussard secured a one-two finish for Switzerland in the men's under-20 race while Oriol Olm Rouppert of Andorra came third.

Italy's Silvia Berra topped the table in the women's under-20 ahead of Spaniard Maria Costa Diez and Berra's compatriot Manuela Pedrana.