Australia's paddling sensation Jess Fox took out her third consecutive World Cup C1 title and a K1 gold medal in a phenomenal display.
The individual canoeist underlined her dominance in international paddling during the World Cup, winning individual kayak and canoeing (K1 and C1) gold medals.
The C1 was a nailbiter, Fox winning by just 0.04 of a second.
“I think every race has been pretty tough and challenging, and I think after yesterday’s win, it was such a big win for me, so I wanted to come back today and go through the process again and stay grounded,” Fox said.
“It wasn’t perfect, and it was a fight to the finish. My goal is always to put down my best runs, not win the overall world cup, that’s a bonus of doing consistent races.
“It wasn’t the perfect season like last year, but I’ve learned so much from every race that I’ve done. The competition in the C1 category is getting better and better, the girls are hungry and improving a lot, it makes me really proud to be in this category.”