Tokyo 2020 gold medallist Annika Zeyen of Germany won the women's H3 road race in Canada ©Getty Images

Tokyo 2020 gold medallist Annika Zeyen of Germany added to her women’s H3 time trial win by finishing first in the women’s H3 road race at the 2022 Para Cycling Road World Championships in Baie-Comeau.

Zeyen, who has won Paralympic gold in wheelchair basketball as well, crossed the line in 1hour 56min 47sec to take gold.

Francesca Porcellato of Italy claimed silver in 1:59.33 and Brazil’s Jady Martins Malavazzi took bronze in 2:01.45.

Oksana Masters of the United States, another athlete who has won golds in more than one discipline at the Paralympics, delivered the women’s H5 road race title in 2:00.35.

Ana Maria Vitelaru of Italy won silver and the Netherlands’ Chantal Haenen bagged the last podium spot with the same timing as Masters.

Marieke van Soest of the Netherlands emerged victorious in the women’s T1 road race with a timing of 1:05.56.

Mexican Dulce Guerrero Gonzalez pocketed silver and New Zealand’s Eltje Malzbender got bronze in 1:14.43 and 1:18.19 respectively.

It was a European top-three in the men’s H2 road race as Florian Jouanny claimed gold in 1:28.46.

Italian Luca Mazzone and Sergio Munez Garrote of Spain settled for the second and third position after clocking the same time as Jouanny.

Tokyo 2020 bronze medallist Maxime Hordies of Belgium secured the men’s H1 road race title in 1:16.26.

Fabrizio Cornegliani of Italy came in second 00.05 later and South African Nicolas Pieter du Preez took bronze in 1:17.42.

Tokyo 2020 champion Jetze Plat of the Netherlands won the men’s H4 road race title.

He crossed the line in 1:46.29 followed by Austrian Thomas Frühwirth and Mathieu Bosredon of France in 1:47.37 and 1:48.54 respectively.