Canada's six-time world champion Laurence Vincent-Lapointe earned gold in the women's C1 200m final at the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Canoe Sprint World Cup event in Poznań.
Vincent-Lapointe has claimed six world titles in the past eight years, today reaffirming her C1 200m dominance by recording 45.265secs.
Her team-mate Katie Vincent took silver with 46.413, while China's Lin Wenjun received bronze with 46.793.
In the men's race, European champion Zaza Nadiradze was the victor.
The Georgian won in 39.191, his nearest opponent being Kazakhstan's Timur Khaidarov with 39.743.
Belarus's Artsem Kozyr was third in 39.819.
Medals were also awarded in the women's C1 500m, with Ukraine's Anastasiia Chetverikova finishing with gold after clocking 2mins 9.288secs.
China's Xu Shixiao was just behind in 2:09.332, while Chetverikova's compatriot Liudmyla Luzan took third with 2:09.852.
The competition continues tomorrow.