Jørgen Baklid won a second gold medal of the World Ski Orienteering Championships ©WCOC2022/Risto Luodonpää

Norway won the sprint relay to claim the final gold medal of the World Ski Orienteering Championships in Keminmaa.

Anna Ulvensøen and Jørgen Baklid did enough to hold off a Swedish challenge, crossing the line 19sec ahead.

Ulvensøen and Baklid's split times never dropped out of the top six for the six-leg relay, where the athletes took it in turns to complete loops which were 2.2 kilometres for women and 2.4km for men.

Ulvensøen was the fastest in the field on leg three and Baklid followed that up by setting the pace on leg four.

The winning time was 39min 49sec and it is Baklid's second gold medal of the event, following a pursuit triumph.

Linus Rapp and Anna Magdalena Olsson of Sweden were second, in 40:08.

While a second Swedish team of Rasmus Wickbom and Linda Lindkvist crossed the line in 40:32, they were not eligible for a medal as their compatriots already had a podium place.

The Estonian duo of Daisy Kudre Schnyder and Mattis Jaama therefore completed the podium, in 40:36.

Tuomas Kotro and Salla Koskela from Finland, the host nation, missed out on a podium place by 2sec.

Norway and Estonia finish the World Ski Orienteering Championships tied at the top of the medals table, with two golds and a bronze apiece.