Norway’s Vilde Nilsen made it four wins from four in Vuokatti ©Getty Images

There were no new names at the top of the podium in Vuokatti as the cross-country events came to a close at the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup.

Norway’s Vilde Nilsen completed a clean sweep of gold medals across the long, middle, sprint and short distances in the Finnish resort.

Russian duo Vladislav Lekomtsev and Marta Zainullina also triumphed during today’s short events to complete the set after an impressive four days of racing.

Compatriot Ivan Golubkov bounced back from yesterday’s defeat to claim his third gold, while Belarusian Sviatlana Sakhanenk secured her third victory and Sweden’s Zebastian Modin wrapped up his brace.

Nilsen claimed the women’s short standing title in a time of 13min 52.9sec as she finished ahead of Russia’s Ekaterina Rumyantseva and Canadian Brittany Hudak who clocked 14:12.8 and 14:24.7 respectively.

The top two places in the women’s short sitting contest were taken by Russians as Zainullina saw off Natalia Kocherova.

Zainullina crossed the finish line in 16:57.0 as Kocherova came second in 17:29.9 and Germany’s Anja Wicker was third in 17:30.0.

Lekomtsev topped an all-Russian podium in the men’s short standing contest.

A time of 17:23.8 saw Lekomtsev clinch gold from Rushan Minnegulov and Vitalii Malyshev who came home in 17:44.6 and 18:11.9 respectively.

Zebastian Modin proved too strong in the men’s short visually impaired final ©Getty Images
Zebastian Modin proved too strong in the men’s short visually impaired final ©Getty Images

Golubkov returned to winning ways by gaining revenge over Italy’s Giuseppe Romele in the men’s short sitting final.

The Russian won the race in 14:31.9 as Romele had to settle for silver in 14:37.9.

The bronze medal went to Russia's Aleksandr Davidovich who registered 14:48.9.

Sakhanenka and guide Dzmitry Budzilovich backed up yesterday’s success by winning the women’s short visually impaired race.

The duo clinched victory in 13:53.5 as Austria's Carina Edlinger and guide Daniel Bauer came second in 14:12.7 and Russia's Vera Khlyzova and guide Natalia Iakimova finished third in 14:19.4.

The men’s short visually impaired final was won by Modin and guide Robin Bryntesson who clocked 17:12.6.

Canadian Brian McKeever with guide Russell Kennedy was second in 18:17.5, while Belarus’ Yury Holub and guide Mikita Maslouski bagged bronze in 18:37.3.

Athletes are set for a rest day tomorrow before the first of two days of biathlon competitions on March 25.