For Fox, she won two individual golds, in Canoe and Kayak, becoming the first female slalomist to do so. At only 20, she had already won the same two titles at the U-23 Worlds this year, the Canoe individual and team title last year, and the Youth Olympics Kayak individual gold in 2010, in addition to the Kayak silver from London 2012. She's definitely made her mark as the slalom star to watch for Rio in two years.
On the men's side, Neveu certainly did his part to ensure France come out on top of the medal table, contributing two golds to FRA's total of 9 overall medals. Winning the Kayak individual and team events, he became the only competitor - aside from Fox - to win two golds at the Championships. He came into Deep Creek with 5 World medals to his credit, yet only one in an individual event, a silver from 2009, so this year's two golds most likely comes as a particularly nice complement to his accomplishments. Contributing unofficially to France's overall success, Fabian Lefevre (USA) won the Canoe individual gold, in his first year of U.S. representation after 13 World and 2 Olympic medals for France between 2002 and 2011. A legend of the sport, in 2011 he was the first canoe slalomist to win 4 World medals in one year.
Across the nine official events, nine countries won at least one medal, led by France with their 9 medals. Their total was highlighted by 4 golds and a clean sweep in the men's Kayak individual, led by Neveu. 46 nations competed with approximately 400 athletes over the 6 days.