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Canada's Vincent-Lapointe scores gold at Canoe Sprint World Cup in Germany

Canada's Laurence Vincent-Lapointe continues to dominate her competition on the water at Canoe Sprint World Cup.

Fellow Canadian Katie Vincent takes silver in women's C1 200m final

Canada's Laurence Vincent-Lapointe, shown in this 2011 file photo, landed at the top of the podium with fellow Canadian Katie Vincent on Saturday in Duisberg, Germany, after a 1-2 finish in the C1 200m event. (File/AFP/Getty Images)

Canada's Laurence Vincent-Lapointe continues to dominate her competition on the water at Canoe Sprint World Cup.

The native of Trois-Rivières, Que., scored gold in the women's C1 200m on Saturday in Duisberg, Germany.

She crossed the finish line in 45.996 seconds, just ahead of her teammate Katie Vincent, who took silver in 47.180.

Hungary's Kincso Takacs won bronze in 47.206.

WATCH | Canada takes gold, silver in women's C1 200:

For the second-straight week, the 27-year-old from Trois-Rivières, Que. raced to gold in the women's C1 200-metre event, with fellow Canadian Katie Vincent finishing second at the ICF Sprint Canoe World Cup event in Duisburg, Germany. 2:28

It's Vincent-Lapointe's third gold medal of the season. The other two came last weekend in Poland where she won the same individual event, and teamed up with Vincent in the C2 500.

WATCH | Vincent-Lapointe feeling 'really calm on the line':

Despite some pre-race jitters, the Canadian shared insight into her mindset before defending picking up another win in the the women's C1 200-metre event at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup in Duisburg, Germany. 1:40

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