Rio Olympian Alyssa Bull has continued her gold medal-winning run in the women’s K1 1000.
It was back-to-back golds for Bull, who also won gold in the event at the first World Cup in Poznan last weekend.
“I’m really happy to go two from two in my K1 races and to be able to get the win in at both World Cup 1 and World Cup 2, which is pretty cool,” Bull said.
Australian teammate Cat McArthur was also in the race, and the pair were beside each other for most of the race with the South Australian only dropping out of the medal ranks towards the end.
“I knew Cat was going to go out really hard and I was just trying to keep in touch with everyone off the start and then tried to keep holding on to the end," Bull said.
"It was a pretty long race. Bit different to last week where we had quite a tailwind, but it was good.
"It’s good to be able to race a K1 event, but the K4 is the priority. It was a good excuse to get out there and keep the K1 feel but I’m really excited for the K4."
Bull and McArthur later joined up with Alyce Burnett and Jaime Roberts for the women's K4 500 heat.
The newly formed crew, who are aiming to qualify for the 2020 Olympics, finished fourth and progress through to the semi-final.
In other Australian results, Burnett finished second in the B-final of the women’s K1 200, while Roberts finished third in the C-final.
U23 paddler Brianna Massie and 2012 Olympian Jo Brigden-Jones won the B-final in the women’s K2 500 at their first international event together.
The pair also raced the heat in the women’s K2 200 and progressed through to semi-final.
In the women’s canoe events, Bernadette Wallace finished third in the C-final of the C1 200 with Josephine Bulmer following in fourth.