Jess Fox won a second title in Auckland on the final day ©Getty Images

Australia continued their dominance of the Oceania Canoe Slalom Championships in Auckland with two more gold medals on the final day.

Jess Fox won the women's C1 title and Lucien Delfour captured the men's K1 gold at Vector Wero White Water Park in the New Zealand city.

Double Olympic medallist Fox, who has won 10 World Championship gold medals, added to the women's K1 title she had already won in Auckland.

Daniel Watkins also won the men's C1 yesterday, earning Australia a Tokyo 2020 Olympic quota spot in the process.

Australia had already qualified for the other Olympic classes which did not offer places at the Games through the Oceania Championships.

Fox won her C1 semi-final today and then the final in a time of 107.52sec.

With non-Oceania countries also competing, Andorra's Monica Doria Vilarrubla took silver after ending just over five seconds adrift.

New Zealand's Luuka Jones was third in 114.23.

Lucien Delfour won the men's K1 title on the final day ©Getty Images
Lucien Delfour won the men's K1 title on the final day ©Getty Images

"It was one of those runs that felt like a battle that I fought hard, the boat was running and I pulled off the moves that I was trying to do so I'm really stoked with that run," said Fox, who is already confirmed for Tokyo 2020 in both of her events.

"Yesterday, I had a pretty good run as well and was absolutely exhausted, so I was pretty happy to come back today and put down some good runs." 

Rio 2016 Olympian Delfour stormed home in 85.76sec to win the men's K1 title and is in pole position to be selected by Australia for Tokyo 2020.

American Michal Smolen finished second and New Zealand's Finn Butcher was third, in times of 91.33sec and 92.07sec respectively.

"I felt a bit unstable on the top half of the course and for a while I thought I was not going to make it," said Delfour. 

"But in the bottom half I had a much better feeling and had some energy in the tank so I was able to go a bit harder than in the semi-final."