Jordan Clark saw off Cody Flom to win the men's park title ©YouTube

Lucy Evans and Jordan Clark provided a double dose of success for Britain at World Skate’s Scooter World Championships in Barcelona.

Britain won two of the three golds on offer at Parc del Forum, with Evans claiming the women’s park title and Clark capturing the men’s park crown.

Evans ensured victory with a winning total of 89.67 points to see off American duo Claire Parks and Rebeca Ortiz.

Parks sealed second spot with 87.00 as Ortiz bagged bronze with 83.33.

Clark also overcame a strong challenge from the United States to clinch gold with 95.00 as American Cody Flom had to settle for silver with 93.00.

Jayden Sharman secured another medal for Britain when he earned bronze with 92.33.

The men’s street competition was dominated by France’s Lucas Di Meglio who cruised to victory with a score of 98.67.

Di Meglio won the title by almost 10 points from nearest challenger Niko Kylmälä of Finland who came second with 89.37.

France's August Pellaud scored 86.17 to edge out compatriot Jonathan Perroni in the battle for bronze.

The 2019 World Roller Games - also held in Barcelona - featured World Skate's first-ever Scooter World Championships, and top finishers at the event qualified directly for the semi-finals at this year's edition.

The International Scooter Federation - formally the International Scooter Association - worked with World Skate in 2019, but this year plans to hold its own World Championships in December.