Serhii Yemelianov was among the winners on the final day of competition ©Getty Images

Britain and Ukraine celebrated success on the final day of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Para Canoe World Championships in Copenhagen.

Charlotte Henshaw secured her second gold medal in the Danish capital by triumphing in the women’s KL2 200 metres event.

Henshaw led a British one-two in the event by achieving a time of 48.73sec, adding to her triumph in the VL3 competition.

Her compatriot Emma Wiggs, yesterday’s VL2 winner, finished as the runner-up in 50.70.

Bronze was earned by Hungary’s Katalin Varge, who finished in 52.02.

Laura Sugar and Hope Gordon replicated their compatriots' achievement in the women’s KL3 200m final.

Sugar clocked 47.77 to secure the world title, with fellow Briton Gordon taking the silver medal in 48.25.

France’s Nelia Barbosa completed the podium places in 48.78.

The women’s KL1 200m race saw Maryna Mazhula claim victory, with the Ukrainian achieving a time of 52.69.

Germany’s Edina Müller and Chile’s Katherinne Wollermann followed in 53.74 and 54.02, claiming silver and bronze respectively.

Mazhula was one of three Ukrainian gold medallists on the final day of Para canoe competition.

Serhii Yemelianov topped the standings in the men’s KL3 200m event by finishing in a time of 39.54.

Britain’s Robert Oliver and Spain’s Juan Valle clocked 40.68 and 41.04 to roundoff the podium places.

Mykola Syniuk made it a hat-trick of Ukrainian triumphs by finishing the men’s KL2 200m event in 41.77.

Italy’s Federico Mancarella finished second in 41.96, while Austria’s Markus Swoboda third in 42.88.

The men’s K1 200m competition saw Hungary’s Peter Kiss claim the world title in a winning time of 45.94, ending 0.36 clear of runner-up Luis Silva of Brazil.

Kiss’ team-mate Robert Suba was third in 47.86.