Lisa Carrington earned her second gold medal of the Championships ©Twitter/Planet Canoe

New Zealand's Lisa Carrington claimed her second gold at the International Canoe Federation Canoe Sprint World Championships in Szeged as competition drew to a close.

Carrington had already clinched gold in the women's K1 200 metres yesterday, the event she has won at the past two Olympic Games.

She secured a 10th world title of her career by triumphing in the K1 500m in a time of 1min 55.76sec.

Belarus' Volha Khudzenka was forced to settle for second in 1:57.39, with Hungary's two-time Olympic champion Danuta Kozak completing the podium in 1:58.01.

Brazil's Isaquias dos Santos upset two-time Olympic gold medallist Sebastian Brendel of Germany in the men's C1 1,000m final.

Dos Santos earned a maiden world title by finishing in a time of 3:59.23, with Poland's Tomasz Kaczor and France's Adrien Bart following in 4:00.92 and 4:01.55 to complete the podium.

Brendel ultimately finished in fourth place.

Germany would enjoy success in both the men's K2 1,000m and K4 500m finals.

Max Hoff and Jacob Schopf won the former in a time of 3:20.53, with Spain's Francisco Cubelos and Inigo Pena the runners-up in 3:21.79.

Bronze was earned by France's Cyrille Carre and Etienne Hubert in 3:22.96.

Germany's men's K4 500m team defended their title by achieving a time of 1:19.26, with crews from Spain and Slovakia completing the podium in 1:19.77 and 1:20.96 respectively.

The home crowd celebrated success in the women's event with their crew achieving a winning time of 1:32.91.

They were followed across the line by Belarus and Poland, who finished in times of 1:33.69 and 1:34.77.

China celebrated two gold medals in women's C2 races, with Shixiao Xu and Mengya Sun winning the 500m event in 2:02.81.

The pair were followed by Hungary's Virag Balla and Kincso Takacs in 2:04.49, while Belarus' Nadzeya Makarchanka and Volha Klimava were third in 2:07.74.

Wenjun Lin and Luqi Zhang clinched China's second title in the women's C2 200m final, as the duo clocked 44.69.

Balla and Takacs won silver again for Hungary in 45.16, with Uzbekistan's Dilnoza Rakhmatova and Nilufar Zokirova third in 46.60.

Russia's Iurii Postrigai and Alexander Dyachenko won the men's K2 200m title by clocking 33.05, ending just 0.05 clear of Poland's Piotr Mazur and Bartosz Grabowski.

Bronze was earned by Hungary's Mark Balaska and Levente Apagyi.