I know there are multiple ways to form the superlative degree in Russian:
Simple superlative, usually formed with the endings
-шие(depending on genus and numerus).
Compound superlative, with
самые(depending on genus and numerus) combined with the respective adjective.
Comparative degree in conjunction with
However, I struggle with cases where there is no gender, i.e. when forming the superlative of adverbs. I would like to express these statements in Russian:
(1) Lena sings the loudest.
(2) Irina writes the most beautiful (has the most beautiful handwriting).
I came up with the following solutions:
(1) Лена поёт громче всех.
(2) Ирина пишет красивее всех.
While these translations express that the persons sing louder or write more beautiful than everybody else, they only imply the superlative indirectly. Is it possible to apply the simple superlative or compound superlative here as well? How to deal with the gender then?