Spain won the Nations Trophy at the Youth World Sailing Championships off the coast of Scheveningen ©Getty Images

Spain lifted the Nations Trophy at the Youth World Sailing Championships off the coast of Scheveningen in The Hague, aided by victory for Maria Perello Mora and Marta Cardona Alcantara in the women's two-person dinghy 420 event.

Medals were awarded in 11 events in The Netherlands, and a third-place finish in the final race helped the Spanish duo to claim gold.

Germany's Amelie Wehrle and Amelie Rinn earned silver, while Camilla Michellini and Margherita Bonifaccio finished 13th in the final race to slip from first to third overall.

Americans Freddie Parkin and Asher Beck triumphed in the men's or mixed two-person dinghy 420, winning the final race to dramatically enter the medal positions for the first time.

Israel's Roi Levy and Ariel Gal earned silver, with bronze going to Croatia's Ema Samarzija and Leon Scheid.

Ireland won men's and women's gold in the International Laser Class Association 6 dinghies.

Eve McMahon triumphed over Australia's Evie Saunders and The Netherlands' Roos Wind in the women's event, while Rocco Wright prevailed by just one point over the defending champion Sebastian Kempe of Bermuda in the 7men's, with Germany's Ole Schweckendiek taking bronze.

Argentina clinched a double in the 29er skiff class.

Maximo Videla and Tadeo Funes de Rioja won the men's event by 15 points over Britain's Santiago Sesto Cosby and Leo Wilkinson, with New Zealand's George Lee Rush and Seb Menzies rounding off the podium.

The women's competition was won by Amparo Stupenengo Pefaur and Julia Pantin, their victory in the final race clinching top spot ahead of France's Lucie Gout and Fleur Babin, with Japan's Manase Ichihashi and Rinko Goto coming through in third.

Max Maeder of Singapore successfully defended his men's kiteboarding Formula Kite title, with Italy's Riccardo Pianosi having to settle for silver as he did in Oman last year.

Jakub Jurkowski of Poland earned bronze.

His compatriot Julia Damasiewicz upgraded her 2021 silver in the women's event, dominating the competition to gold.

France's Héloïse Pégourié placed second, with Turkey's Derin Atakan coming through in third.

Britain's Charlie Dixon dominated the men's windsurfing youth iQFoil, winning nine of the 11 races.

Home favourite Hidde van der Meer took silver, with bronze going to Spain's Nacho Baltasar Summers.

Tamar Steinberg of Israel was even more dominant in the women's event, winning all 10 races on her way to gold.

Turkey's Merve Vatan and Slovenia's Lina Erzen earned silver and bronze respectively.

Switzerland's Axel Grandjean and Noémie Fehlmann won the other event at the Championships, beating Spain's Daniel and Nora Garcia de la Casa by a single point in the mixed two-person multihull Nacra 15.

Tiphain Rideau and Titouan Moreau of France finished third.