The Netherlands claimed gold today in the mixed 2,000m relay at the Short Track World Cup ©Getty Images

Suzanne Schulting was integral to the two home victories for The Netherlands on the final day of the International Skating Union (ISU) Short Track Speed Skating World Cup in the Dutch city of Dordrecht, with wins in the mixed and women's relays.

Along with Sjinkie Knegt, Selma Poutsma and Jens van 'T Wout, Schulting claimed the victory in the mixed 2,000 metres relay in a time of 2min 39.144sec, beating Hungarians Petra Jaszapati, Zsofia Konya, Shaoang Liu and Shaolin Sandor Liu in a photo finish.

Chinese skaters Fan Kexin, Ren Ziwei, Sun Long and Zhang Chutong were third.

In the following race, Schulting and Poutsma added a second win in the women's 3,000m relay along with Yara van Kerkhof and Xandra Velzeboer.

They crossed the line in 4:05.813, followed closely behind by Canadians Kim Boutin, Florence Brunelle, Alyson Charles and Courtney Sarault.

Arianna Fontana, Cynthia Mascitto, Martina Valcepina and Elena Viviani of Italy were third.

Kim Dong-wook, Kwak Yoon-gy, Park In-wook and Park Jang-hyuk of South Korea won the men's 5,000m relay in a photo finish by just 23 thousandths of a second over Canadians Pascal Dion, Steven Dubois, Charles Hamelin and Maxime Laoun in a time of 6:46.963.

Bronze went to John-Henry Krueger, the Liu brothers and Bence Nogradi of Hungary.

Choi Min-jeong of South Korea claimed the women's 1,000 metres gold medal in 1:28.417, holding off Boutin and World Cup leader Schulting, with Sarault in fourth.

In the men's equivalent, there was a Hungarian one-two, led by Shaoang Liu in a time of 1:23.791.

Krueger was second in a photo finish, holding Italian Pietro Sighel off by 16 thousandths of a second.

World Cup leader Dion of Canada and Australian Brendan Corey were fourth and fifth.