Ireland's Sanita Puspure has retained her gold medal at the World Championships in Austria.
Puspure trailed New Zealander Emma Twigg for most of the race before overhauling her to win by more than three seconds.
"Today I just tried to do my own rhythm. With 500 meters to go, I just went for it just like in training," she told World Rowing.
"Mentally that was the hardest race of the regatta. It’s been a tough year but I’m really pleased."
'I hope my sister is proud of me, watching from above' - double world champion @sanitapuspure chats to @davidgillick as a difficult year for her produces another gold medal #RTEsport pic.twitter.com/NiUNZfLtok— RTÉ Sport (@RTEsport) September 1, 2019
Meanwhile, Ronan Byrne and Philip Doyle have won a historic silver in the Men's Double Sculls.
It was the first Irish medal in a men's sculling World Championship event since 1975.
Ronan Byrne and Philip Doyle win silver in the Men's Double Sculls at the World Championships in Austria this morning. A first Irish sculling medal at Worlds since 1975 #RTEsport pic.twitter.com/vR7qLH75Xt— RTÉ Sport (@RTEsport) September 1, 2019
They came in behind the Chinese pair after overtaking the Polish duo into second.
It makes it three medals in all for Ireland after Paul O'Donovan and Fintan McCarthy took gold in the Lightweight Men's Double Sculls yesterday.