Fenella Ng Gar-loc has added another gold medal to her growing collection of honours with a superb performance in the final of the women's lightweight single sculls event at the Scandinavian Open Championship. The gifted Hong Kong rower, who clinched gold at Saturday's Copenhagen International Regatta, made it two-in-a-row after outpacing main rival Malene Busk of Denmark in the final yesterday morning (HK time). Ng, who is preparing for a twin assault on September's World Championships and the Bangkok Asian Games in December, was too strong for the rest of the field and crossed the finish line five seconds ahead of the chasing pack. The calm weather conditions - in contrast to Saturday's rough waters - clearly suited Ng. She raced away from the start and had opened up a three-second gap over Busk by the halfway mark. She extended this lead to five seconds by the 1,500-metre mark and maintained the margin to the finish line. Busk had to settle for silver - just as she had done during Saturday's final. Germany's Maja Damstadt was third, with Norway's Nanna Bjarnholt fourth. But the attention focused on Ng, who later said she had revelled in the fine weather conditions. 'The weather conditions this afternoon were excellent - no waves and a light head wind,' said Ng. 'Although I've improved my rowing on rough water during the last few weeks, it was nice to have something a bit more like home for a change.' Ng said a fast start had seen off the challenge of world under-23 champion Busk. 'I was able to work at a fast pace for the start and I think Malene could not match me in the middle part of the race,' she said. 'Once I had a comfortable margin, I was able to look back at all the crews and control the race from the front.' Despite her double-gold winning performance in Denmark, Ng is keeping her feet firmly on the ground for the ultimate test of September's World Championships. 'Rowing at the World Championships will obviously be much harder so I will not be complacent. I still have a great deal of hard training to do before then,' she added. Ng and coach Chris Perry will now travel to Aiguebelette in France for a three-week training camp with the British women's team.