International Dragon Boat Federation (IDBF) World Racing Championships hosts Thailand have enjoyed another successful day in Pattaya, with three gold medals in the premier 200 metre finals.
They won the opening final of the day, the small boat mixed race, in a time of 50.795sec.
Canada took silver in 51.321, with Myanmar third in 51.835.
The Thai team were then successful in the standard premier mixed category, victorious in a time of 44.030.
Indonesia were second in 44.609, with China earning bronze in 44.731.
The first three golds of the day all went to Thailand, as they won the small boat women's race in 52.105.
It was a narrow victory, with China just 0.112 behind, while Singapore completed the podium.
The Thai monopoly was finally broken in the fourth race of the day, as Canada won the standard boat women's race in a time of 45.958.
China were second in 46.121, while Thailand had to settle for bronze this time, in 46.682.
Indonesia earned gold in the small boat open sprint race, in 45.281, with China second and Thailand again third.
China won the final scheduled race, the standard boat open, in 39.251.
Thailand were second, just over a second behind, while Canada took bronze.
Tomorrow is the final day and features the premier finals of the women's and open 500m races for small and standard boats.