Britain's Lizzie Broughton won silver on the final day of action at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup in Hungary.
The 30-year-old had crossed the line third in the women's K1 5,000m final behind China's Danni Song and home favourite Vanda Kiszli.
But Song's disqualification meant Broughton moved up a place to second.
"To come back with a medal in the 5km is the icing on the cake," said Broughton, who was fourth in the K1 1,000m on Friday.
"It is good to see where I am against everyone else.
"I had in my mind to stay out of trouble for as long as possible and to try and get to the front of the race. I had a bit of luck at the first climb out on to the pontoon and then I just tried to stick with them and stay out of trouble."
Broughton will be among the GB team in action again next weekend at World Cup 2 in Duisberg, Germany.