Ukraine won three gold medals to round off the World Rowing Coastal Championships ©Getty Images

Ukraine won a cluster of gold medals at the 2021 World Rowing Coastal Championships in Oeiras in Portugal to finish top of the medal table as competition came to a close.

In the first final of the day, Ukraine's ZCU National Guard team won the women's quadruple sculls in a winning time of 27:29.70.

France's Libourne CN and RC Mediterraneo De Malaga of Spain took silver and bronze.

SO "RC" Dnipro of Ukraine went on to win the women's double sculls in 27:13.55 in front of Denmark's DSR and another Ukrainian team, ZCU.

Ukraine won its third gold of the day, with Dnipro winning their second race in the men's quadruple sculls in 22:40, in front of the Czech Republic's Czech Rowing Association and Britain's UL Tyrian club.

As part of UL Tyrian, Britain's Jack Beaumont won a medal after silver in the quadruple sculls at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Sweden's Stockholm/Hoganas won the men's double sculls in 27:50.34, and Italy's Canottieri Padova and Spain's Real Circulo De Labradores De Sevilla completed the podium.

Italy's Carabinieri crossed the line in the women's single sculls for the gold medal in 34:08.66, followed by Ukraine's Concorde and France's Hendaye Endaika.

Spanish team Club Nautico Sevilla claimed gold in the men's single sculls, finishing in a time of 27:00.29.

Germany's Berliner Ruder-Club e.V and Spain's C.D. De Mar Clot De Lillot El Campello won silver and bronze.

Jaime Canalejo Pazos, who was part of the winning team, struck gold just a couple of months after making the A final of the men's pair at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Spain finished the Championships by sweeping the podium in the mixed double sculls.

Real Circulo De Labradores De Sevilla claimed the gold medal in 24:57, while the Mediterraneo De Malaga-Nautico Sevilla won the silver with C.D. De Mar Clot De Lillot El Campello claiming bronze.