Ireland’s Sanita Puspure has won gold in the World Rowing Championships in Bulgaria.
The 36-year-old comfortably beat off the challenge of Switzerland’s reigning world champion Jeannine Gmelin in the women's singles sculls final.
Austria’s Magdalena Lobnig came in third.
In a dominant performance Ms Puspure finished well clear of the competition with a time of a time of 7:20.
It comes after the O’Donovan brothers took home the gold for Ireland yesterday.
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ðŸ¥‡Sanita Puspure HAS WON GOLD at the 2018 @WorldRowing Championships in the W1x!! An outstanding race, Sanita in control throughout... Congratulations Sanita we are so proud of you!
WORLD CHAMPION 2018
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— Rowing Ireland (@RowingIreland) September 16, 2018