Kiwi kayakers Lisa Carrington and Aimee Fisher have powered their way to two more gold medals on the final day of the Canoe Sprint World Cup in Germany.
Carrington and Fisher repeated their Hungarian victory in the K2 200m sprint, beating Poland in a time of 37.251s with the Europeans almost a second back.
It was awesome," Fisher said. "I think one of the coolest things about it was I just enjoyed it so much.
"On the start-line, my heart rate was going pretty wild, which I just haven’t felt for a long time now, so it’s cool to feel like I'm back."
There was more success for the duo in the K4 500m, after they teamed up with Caitlin Ryan and Rebecca Cole to again finish on top of the podium.
"Poland had a fantastic charge through to the finish and they definitely pushed us through to the end," Carrington said.
"It’s so important for us to keep learning about our race in the K4. I think it is something we will be taking a lot from, so it’s so important to have a race like today, where we are pushed all the way."
The results saw New Zealand take their total haul to three golds for the regatta and they will now return home to prepare for the world championships.