Russia's Dina Averina, right and her twin Arina, left, shared the gold medals today ©Getty Images

Russian identical twins Arina and Dina Averina continued to dominate rhythmic gymnastics competition at the World Games here today.

Arina won gold in both the hoop and ball apparatus yesterday as her sibling took both silver medals.

The two split gold medals in the other two apparatus finals today as action concluded at Centennial Hall.

Dina prevailed in the clubs final with an overall score of 19.100 points.

Israel's Linoy Ashram collected the silver on 16.300 points with Arina rounding out the podium in third after she also posted a 16.300 but had a slightly lower execution score.

Arina swiftly returned to the top of the podium in the ribbon category.

Her score of 16.850 points handed her a narrow victory over Dina, who scored 16.800 to win the silver medal.

Belarus' Katsiaryna Halkina took the bronze medal on 16.475 points.

Aerobic gymnastics also finished today with gold medals split between China, Japan and Russia.

China won the open event group final with a score of 22.683 points.

Romania finished 0.378 points behind in silver medal position and Hungary completed the top three after posting a score of 22.244.

The Japanese team of Riri Kitazume, Takumi Kanai and Mizuki Saito won the open event trio title with a score of 22.636 points.

They narrowly beat their Chinese rivals, second on 22.425 points, and France, who occupied third place on 20.850.

Russia clinched the last aerobic gymnastics medal as the seven-strong team posted a score of 18.600 points to seal gold in the open event step final.

A score of 18.550 points saw China finish in second while Hungary took bronze on 18.250.

Italy's Giulia Bonechi won the women's 500m sprint title today ©IWGA
Italy's Giulia Bonechi won the women's 500m sprint title today ©IWGA

Four gold medals were awarded in track speed skating today at Millenium Park. 

Italian Giulia Bonechi won the women's 500 metres sprint in 44.124sec.

Fabriana Arias of Colombia finished inches behind in 44.240 and Giulia Bongiorno sealed a second medal in the event for Italy as she took the bronze in 44.274.

Germany's Simon Albrecht was fastest in the men's 500m sprint, posting 41.687.

Jhoan Guzman of Venezuela took silver in 41.785 and third place, in a time of 41.905, went to Chilean Lucas Silva Santibanez.

Arias recovered from the disappointment of finishing second earlier in the day by taking gold in the women's 10,000m points elimination race.

Her overall time of 16min 22.398sec saw her finish over two seconds clear of her nearest rival.

Belgium's Sandrine Tas claimed silver in 16:24.823 and Chinese Taipei's Yang Ho-Chen the bronze in 16:44.218.

Kuwada Ken of Argentina won the men's race in 15:00.785.

Livio Wenger of Switzerland finished in second in 15:02.696 and Mexico's Milke Alejandro Paez completed the top three in 15:03.140.

Hungary's Ference Toth claimed the glider acrobatics title today ©IWGA
Hungary's Ference Toth claimed the glider acrobatics title today ©IWGA

Action also concluded in life saving today where the final eight champions were crowned at the Orbita Indoor Swimming Pool.

Germany's Danny Wieck claimed both individual and team success.

The 25-year-old first won gold in the men's 50m manikin carry final in 28.49 before forming part of the German team that won the men's 4x25m manikin relay final in 1:04.04, a World Games record.

China's Wu Huimin wo women's 50m manikin carry with her time of 34.97.

She was only able to claim the silver medal in the 4x25m relay event with her compatriots, however, as Belgium took gold in a World Games record of 1:19.69.

Justine Weyders of France wo the women's 100m manikin tow with fins final in 57.18, a Games record.

Italian Jacopo Musso also set a World Games best, winning the men's event in 49.02.

Men's and women's 4x50m medley relay finals then brought life saving action to a close.

Italy took the men's title in 1:27.85, setting a World Games record, and Germany clinched the women's gold medal in 1:41.38.

In the sole air sports final today, Hungary's Ference Toth claimed the glider acrobatics title with a score of 3,404 points at Airport Szymanow.

Poland's Jerzy Makula finished second in 3,360 points and Italy's Luca Bertossio completed the top three on 3,272.