Great Britain topped the medal table at the conclusion of the individual events as they claimed gold and silver on the final day of the International Canoe Federation Canoe Slalom World Cup series in Cardiff.
Lizzie Neave won gold in the K1 women's final for her first individual title while David Florence and Richard Hounslow were second in the men's C2.
It brought to four the number of individual medals won by British canoeists with Kimberley Woods and Mallory Franklin taking gold and bronze respectively yesterday in the C1W.
Richard Harvey, from Canoe Wales, told ITV News that Team GB were facing stiff competition from eastern European rivals, in day two of the Canoe Slalom World Cup at Cardiff International White Water.
The world's best canoeists are in Cardiff this weekend for the Canoe Slalom World Cup at Cardiff International White Water.
It is the second time the event has taken place in Wales.
Spectators will get the chance to watch Team GB's Olympic Gold and Silver medalists in action against top canoeists from a total of 28 countries.
In addition to the elite level, it is anticipated that around 750 children will have been on the water during the week as part of a schools regatta. The event hopes to encourage visitors to try out canoeing and paddle sports in a specially-built canoe pool.