Tahiti lead the medals table after two full days of competition at the inaugural Va'a World Distance Championships in French Polynesia.
Kevin Ceran Jerusalemy won the V1 Open Men's 18km race, while Chevalier Hikutini prevailed in the V1 Masters Men's event.
The French Territory also won yesterday's V6 Open Women's race and top the overall standings with four gold medals, one silver and two bronze from seven events.
New Zealand was next best with two gold medals, while Australia have one.
More than 650 paddlers from 33 countries and five continents are competing in the first world marathon championships, which runs for four days.