Action concluded today at the FINA World Youth Artistic Swimming Championships ©FINA/Twitter

Russia won the duet and team finals today to cap off an impressive performance from the country at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Youth Artistic Swimming Championships in Samorin.

Violetta Evenko and Diana Mirgazizova triumphed in the duet final after registering a total of 167.9686 points at the Slovakian town's X-Bionic Sphere Sport Complex.

Ukraine's Sofiia Sereda and Anastasiia Soldatenkova finished second with 163.0325 points, while Spain's Mercedes Diaz and Alba Garcia came third with 159.3244.

It was the same podium in the team final with Russia winning on 168.9158 points, Ukraine claiming the silver medal with 162.2653 and Spain taking the bronze with 160.8445.

Russia end the inaugural edition of the event on four gold medals, having also tasted victory in the solo and free routine combination finals yesterday.

Kazakhstan secured the only other title, in the mixed duet event.

Around 330 athletes competed in Samorin, representing 35 countries.

Youngsters aged between 13 and 15 were eligible to enter.