Evy Leibfarth topped the standings of the women's kayak and canoe heats on day two ©Getty Images

Olympian Evy Leibfarth of the United States' established herself as the quickest canoeist in the women’s canoe and kayak events on the second day of the Pan Am Slalom Championships in Oklahoma City.

The Pan American Games kayak champion planted herself top of the kayak discipline in the first run with a time of 88.62 seconds.

Compatriot Ria Sribar came close to bettering her time during the second heat but ultimately fell short by 1.04sec.

Brazil’s Omira Estacia Neta came in third, 3.16sec behind the leader.

Leibfarth repeated her success in the canoe heat by replacing Estacia Neta at the top of the ranking.

The Brazilian timed at 99.52sec in the first run but the American comfortably outdid this in the second run by crossing the finish line in 96.99sec.

Estacia Neta’s initial turn riding the waves was enough for her to obtain second while Canada’s Lois Betteridge claimed third after clocking 2.89sec behind Leibfarth.

Nevertheless, Estacia Neta turned on the style for the women's extreme canoe final by claiming gold.

Argentina's Maria Luiz Cassini secured silver and Canada's Lea Baldoni took bronze.

In the men’s kayak, Tyler Westfall of the US secured top spot for completing the course in 78.11sec.

Brazil’s Guilherme Rodrigues was 2.87sec slower than his rival while Joshua Joseph timed 2.62 slower than his compatriot.

Casey Eichfeld of the US was the fastest in the men’s canoeing discipline thanks to a speedy run of 83.08sec.

Zachery Lokken followed at 1.10sec and Kauma Da Silva of Brazil did enough to finish third after being five seconds off Eichfeld’s pace.

The US' Kyle James Long came out on top in the men's extreme canoe final while Chile's Andraz Echeverria Olguin and Argentina's Matias Contreras picked up silver and bronze respectively. 

The Pan Am Canoe Slalom Championships are scheduled to conclude tomorrow with more United States and Canada team trials for the canoe and kayak events.