Martyna Klatt and Sandra Ostrowska were among the Polish winners at the FISU World University Championship Canoe Sprint ©FISU

Poland racked up a whopping 24 medals as they made home advantage count at the International University Sports Federation World University Championship Canoe Sprint in Bydgoszcz.

The hosts proved almost unstoppable in the kayak events, winning 12 of the 15 gold medals on offer.

A further seven titles were achieved in the canoe contests as Poland enjoyed success in both the men’s and women’s categories.

Poland got off to a flyer, winning all seven of the canoe and kayak finals on the opening day.

Ewelina Antos opened the floodgates for Poland when she triumphed in the women’s C1 200 metres final before Helena Wisniewska captured the K1 women’s 200m crown.

The success continued to come thick and fast with the hosts winning the men’s K4 200m and women’s K4 200m titles before Antos teamed up with Julia Walczak to seal women’s C2 200m gold and Adrian Klos and Oleksii Koliadych combined to secure top spot in the men’s C2 500m final.

Poland picked up from where they left off on day two, with Walczak triumphing in the women’s C1 500m final.

Pedro Casinha ended Poland’s winning streak when he emerged victorious from the men’s K1 200m event.

There was also success for Spain as Diego Gonzalez and Yeray Garcia Vidal were crowned men’s C2 200m champions.

Martyna Klatt and Sandra Ostrowska put Poland back on top of the podium with victory in the women’s K2 200m final.

This was followed by victories for Jakub Stepun and Bartosz Grabowski of Poland in the men’s K2 200m final and Serghei Tarnovschi of Moldova in the men’s C1 200m final.

Spain came out on top in the men’s C4 1,000m final before Antos and Walczak tasted victory again when they captured women’s C2 500m gold and Germany’s Nico Paufler won the men’s K1 1,000m title.

The final day saw Poland’s Wiktor Leszczynski emerge victorious from the men’s K1 500m final before the hosts succeeded in both the women’s K4 500m and men’s K4 1,000m events.

Tarnovschi enjoyed more success when he secured both the men’s C1 1,000m and men’s C1 500m golds.

Wisniewska also triumphed again, pulling away from the field to win the women’s K1 500m crown.

There was joy for Polish pair Jakub Stepun and Bartosz Grabowski in the men’s K2 500m final before Germany’s Jan Bechthold and Paufler claimed the men’s K2 1,000m title.

Czech duo Vojtech Novacek and Josef Havlik stormed to victory in the men’s C2 1,000m final, while Klatt and Ostrowska bagged another title with women’s K2 500m success.

Poland underlined their dominance when they came out on top in both the men’s C4 500m and men’s K4 500m finals to wrap up the event.