The dual Olympian also defends her 2017 title but also adds to her 2013 and 2015 wins.

It was confirmed ahead of the final, where she qualified fastest, that no matter where Fox finished she would earn enough points defend her title.

However, she had no trouble in the final and took her fifth C1 gold.

"It was a great final. I had a great semi and had to back it up and try to go better," she said.

"It was a charging run and I'm really happy to win my fifth gold of the World Cup series," Fox said.

Yesterday, Fox picked up a 50-second penalty for missing a gate in the final of the K1, which proved to be costly as she finished 10th.

It was important to finish strong for Fox, who will head to the 2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Brazil at the end of the month.

"I just wanted to paddle well and feel good on the water, I did that today so I feel pleased and looking forward to getting to Rio," she said.