Russia was the most successful nation on day two of the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Kranjska Gora in Slovenia, winning three of the six cross-country sprint gold medals on offer.
The first of these came in the men's standing, which was won by Vladislav Lekomtsev, ahead of Frenchman Benjamin Daviet.
Fellow Russian Rushan Minnegulov paced third.
Stanislav Chokhlaev won the men's race for athletes with visual impairments and another Russian gold, with Germany's Nico Messinger second and Nikolai Polukhin - another Russian - third.
Reigning World Cup champion Ivan Golubkov ensured all three men's competitions were won by Russians, claiming gold in the sitting.
Giuseppe Romele of Italy was second and Taras Rad of Ukraine third.
Ukraine locked out the women's standing sprint podium, led by Liudmyla Liashenko.
Oleksandra Kononova and Yuliia Batenkova-Bauman respectively claimed the silver and bronze medals.
Austrian Carina Edlinger won the gold medal in the women's visually-impaired sprint, holding off the Russian pair of Anna Panferova and third-place Vera Khlyzova.
In the final race of the day, the United States' Oksana Masters claimed victory ahead of Marta Zainullina of Russia.
Masters' team mate Kendall Gretsch won the bronze medal.
Liashenko, Edlinger, Lekomtsev and Masters have all won back-to-back races to begin the World Cup.
Tomorrow is a rest day.