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Canada's Laurence Vincent-Lapointe, Katie Vincent take double gold at Canoe Sprint World Cup

A day after combining for a new world record, Canadian paddlers Laurence Vincent-Lapointe and Katie Vincent will leave the Canoe Sprint World Cup in Germany with another gold medal apiece after winning individual events on Sunday.

Teammates take individual honours on Sunday after scoring gold together on Saturday

Canadian paddlers Laurence Vincent-Lapointe, left, and Katie Vincent, right, are shown in this file photo. The two both scored gold medals in individual events in Duisberg, Germany, on Sunday. (PlanetCanoe/Twitter)

A day after combining for a new world record, Canadian paddlers Laurence Vincent-Lapointe and Katie Vincent will leave the Canoe Sprint World Cup in Germany with another gold medal apiece after winning individual events on Sunday.

Vincent-Lapointe, of Trois-Rivières, Que., made her trip to the top of the podium in the A final of the C1 women's 200-metre event in a time of 45.885 seconds.

The Trois-Rivières, Que. native celebrated her 26th birthday by reaching the top of the podium in the C1 women's 200-metre event, at the Canoe Sprint World Cup in Germany. 3:27

Her teammate Vincent, of Mississauga, Ont., paddled to a time of 2:06.482 to win the A final of the women's C1 500-metre event.

The Mississauga, Ont. native claimed gold in the women's C1 500-metre event, at the Canoe Sprint World Cup in Germany. 5:11

Following Sunday's medal wins, the two Canadians now have a total of six medals from the two World Cup events this season – five gold and one bronze.

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