Ukraine's Hryhorii Ilchyshyn won the men's youth B speed gold medal on the last day of the IFSC Youth World Championships ©IFSC/Twitter

Ukrainian Hryhorii Ilchyshyn and the United States' Callie Close claimed victory in the youth B speed finals, on the last day of the International Federation of Sport Climbing Youth World Championships in Arco, Italy.

Ilchyshyn beat American Oliver Kuang in the men's big final at the RockMaster Climbing Stadium, clocking a time of 6.825sec to his rival's 6.899.

They were joined on the podium by Canada's Dylan Le, who won the small final after Italian opponent Marco Rontini fell.

Close, meanwhile, outraced Germany's Nuria Brockfeld in the women's big final.

The American finished in 8.558, while Brockfeld posted 9.104.

France's Manon Lebon got the better of the American Oceana Carter in the small final.

In the big final of the men's junior speed event, Russia's Sergey Rukin edged compatriot Almaz Nagaev by 0.33 seconds with a time of 5.835.

Indonesia's Rahmad Adi Mulyono defeated Ukraine's Yaroslav Tkach in the small final.

Three boulder finals were also held today.

In the women's youth A, France's Luce Douady came out on top ahead of Japan's Natsumi Hirano and Saki Kikuchi.

Spain's Alberto Ginés López led the way in the men's youth A, with Japan's Ao Yurikusa and Hajime Takeda second and third, respectively.

As for the women's junior competition, home favourite Laura Rogora took victory at the expense of the Natalia Grossman of the United States and Germany's Lucia Dörffel.