The biennial World University Floorball Championships ended on Sunday with Sweden taking both the men's and women's titles at the OCBC Arena in front of a crowd of 2,438.
The Swedish men reclaimed their title after finishing third in the 2012 edition of the event, defeating Switzerland 6-2 in a match that was dominated by them throughout.
The women's final proved to be a closer contest, with Finland coming back from 0-3 down inside seven minutes to hold Sweden to a 7-7 draw, before losing the match on penalties (0-2) after both sides failed to score in the 10 minutes of sudden death.
Elina Kujala, the Finnish women's team captain, said: "We were too passive and did not have a good start, but we woke up afterwards and played more aggressively. I am proud of the team."
In the men's bronze play-off, Finland claimed the scalp of defending champions Czech Republic with a 7-6 victory.
Meanwhile, Singapore's women fell to the sword against Switzerland in the third-place play-off, losing 0-7 to finish fourth out of six teams. The Republic's men had defeated South Korea 8-1 on Saturday to finish seventh out of the 10 teams in the men's division.