Dual Olympic medallist already had a won her first medal of the 2019 international season after coming second in the women’s K1. She finished +1.16 seconds behind German Ricarda Funk.

Fox wrapped up a weekend at Penrith Whitewater Stadium with a clean run in the final of the C1 to finish ahead of Brasil’s Olympian and 2018 Extreme K1 World Champion Ana Satila. 

“This the first event of the season for me and to take a win was really cool," Fox said.

"It was a fast race, I saw the times before starting so I knew I had to lift my game a little bit. I had a penalty on that main wave, so I really had to make sure the rest was perfect."

Younger sister Noemie Fox also clinched a spot on the podium taking second place in the women's C1 U23-category with Tasmanian Kate Eckhardt taking third. It comes after Fox won bronze in the U23 category for K1 on Saturday.

Other results from the day saw Eckhardt finished fifth in the women's C1 final while Rosalyn Lawrence just missed out of the top-ten final after a 17thplace in the semi. 

Up next is the Oceania Championships which will take place next weekend.