Switzerland's Stefanie Grob won golds in the women's downhill and team Alpine combined ©Getty Images

Switzerland topped the medals table at the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) Alpine Junior World Championships in the Austrian resort of St Anton and Arlberg.

Stefanie Grob won two of those golds in the women's downhill and team Alpine combined on the Karl Schranz course.

She narrowly beat Italy's Vicky Bernardi by 0.03sec in the downhill race with her time of 57.51, while Norway's Pernille Dyrstad Lydersen placed third in 57.86.

In the women's team Alpine combined, Janine Mächler and Grob clocked 1:41.87, followed by Germany's Elina Lipp and Emma Aicher with 1:42.12 and Italy's Beatrice Sola and Alice Calaba with 1:42.27.

Livio Hiltbrand led a Swiss one-two in the men's super-G, clocking 1:00.17 to beat Lenz Hächler by 0.03.

Austria's Vincent Wieser placed third in 1:00.28.

Sweden also earned three gold medals, but added only one silver, meaning they finished second behind Switzerland who won four silvers and one bronze.

Hanna Aronsson Elfman won two of Sweden's golds in the women's giant slalom and slalom.

She clocked 2:06.02 to triumph in the giant slalom, followed by Grob in 2:07.08 and Lara Colturi of Albania in 2:07.26.

In the slalom, Elfman beat Mächler by 0.45 with her time of 1:36.98, with Italy's Beatrice Sola one second off the pace in third.

Sweden also won the mixed team parallel event, with Italy taking silver and Norway bronze.

Colturi was the other women's event winner, beating Grob by 0.65 with her time of 1:01.64.

Italy were the only other nation who won more than one gold at the Championships.

Corrado Barbera won the slalom by 0.29 over Sweden's Adam Hofstedt with her time of 1:39.21, and paired with Marco Abbruzzese to win the team Alpine combined in 1:37.94, beating the 1:38.33 from Germany's Nicko Palamaras and Luis Vogt.

France's Alban Elezi Cannaferina triumphed in the giant slalom in 1:43.61, ahead of Finland's Eduard Hallberg 0.32 off the pace.

Rok Ažnoh of Slovenia was the other men's winner in the downhill, clocking 55.06 to beat Cannaferina by half-a-second.

The FIS Alpine Junior World Championships was contested by athletes aged 16 to 20.