Ivan Golubkov of Russia rounded off a successful Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Finsterau with a fifth gold medal.
He topped the podium for a fifth time in the men's sitting middle-distance cross-country event at the German resort, winning the race in 24min 42.5sec.
Compatriot Aleksandr Davidovich was third in 26:20.3, while Cristian Westemaier Riber of Brazil finished in between the two in 26:03.5.
Anna Panferova was another to claim a fifth gold medal, with the Russian triumphing in the women's visually impaired race.
She crossed the line in 39:58.2, followed by Sviatlana Sakhanenka of Belarus in 41:33.4 and Carina Edlinger of Austria in 41:49.9,
There was more success for Russia in the men's standing, with Vladislav Lekomtsev and Aleksandr Pronkov coming second and third in 33:53.8 and 34:32.9 respectively.
Ihor Reptyukh of Ukraine was in third place in 34:40.0.
Stanislav Chokhlaev earned Russia's fourth gold medal of the day in the men's visually impaired, topping the podium in 34:36.6.
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Compatriot Oleg Ponomarev finished third in 35:52.2, with Brian McKeever of Canada in between the two in 35:04.4.
Olympic champion Kendall Gretsch was the winner in the women's sitting race in 28:25.3.
Russia's Irina Guliaeva and Natalia Kocherova followed the American, crossing the line in 30:04.0 and 30:29.5.
The women's standing title went to Vilde Nilsen of Norway, who recorded a victorious time of 40:34.8.
Liudmyla Liashenko and Oleksandra Kononova, both of Ukraine, came second and third in 41:05.6 and 42:29.7 respectively.
The World Cup continues in the Swedish resort of Östersund from March 17 to 22.