She finished six seconds ahead of second place Mallory Franklin as Fox took her third consecutive gold medal in the event.

“It was great, I really attacked it and I improved on my semi-final where I wanted to,” Fox told ICF media.

“I thought after my s-gate at the finish I thought I had a 105, but to see a 102 I’m just blown away, I am so happy.

“I can’t believe it, it’s been an incredible start to the season.

"I know last year Ricarda (Funk) won three gold medals and I was three times second, so to get up on that stop this time is wonderful,” she said.

Fellow Australian Rosalyn Lawrence made her first K1 final of the season, but picked up a 50-second penalty for a missed gate and had to settle for tenth place.

Fox will be back out on the course tonight for the Women's C1 semi-finals alongside younger sister Noemie Fox and Rosalyn Lawrence.