Japan's Utana Yoshida and Shingo Nishiyama won the ice dance competition ©OIS/Jed Leceister

Team Courage have won gold in the Mixed NOC Team event, bringing down the curtain on figure skating at the Lausanne 2020 Youth Olympic Games.

Skaters of four different nationalities combined to make sure of victory with 24 points.

Utana Yoshida and Shingo Nishiyama from Japan gave them the perfect start, with victory in the ice dance. 

There was a further first place from Russia's Kseniia Sinitsyna in the women's singles.

Team mate Arlet Levandi from Estonia said: "I was very happy with the draw, and now we are Youth Olympic champions."

Earlier in the week, Yuma Kagiyama of Japan had snatched the men's singles gold medal in dramatic fashion, but although his routine again secured the highest marks, it was only good enough for a second place finish by his Team Focus - they ended up on 22 points.

"I was a little worn out after the singles, so I made some mistakes, but my team mates' cheers helped me so much," Kagiyama said.

Team Vision did not win a segment, but were generally consistent and made sure of bronze thanks to Russia's Andrei Mozalev, who placed second in the men's singles phase.

They finished level on 18 points with Team Determination, but took the medal because of better finishes in both ice dance and men's singles.

The line-ups of each team had been established by draw.

Team Discovery scored maximum points from the pairs competition, thanks to Apollinariia Panfilova and Dimitry Rylov of Russia. 

However, they only finished sixth place overall having placed no higher than fifth in any other category.

As has been the case all week, the crowds were very healthy.

Many had registered online for tickets and a number of schools took the opportunity to visit.

Now the skating has finished, it is short track speed skating in this arena.