Emma Wiggs took the crown at the ICF World Canoe Sprint Championships in Duisburg and credited her victory to the support given at Club Bellahouston.
Her victory in the K1 200m TA final comes just two months after she won gold in the same event at the European Paracanoe Sprint Championships.
The 33-year-old swept to victory in a time of 56.982 seconds.
Her gold medal-winning performances come less than a year after she starred for the Team GB sitting volleyball team at the London 2012 Olympic Games, before taking the decision to switch sports earlier this year.
As part of her move to paracanoeing, Emma has been training in the gym at the Glasgow Club Bellahouston.
She said the centre has played a vital role in helping her make the transition and win back-to-back gold medals at the highest level.
Emma said: "Kayaking is very different from the demands of sitting volleyball. The programme is very professional so I have had to adjust to a strict regime and expectations of increasing strength and power.
"After the London games my body was used to training for around two hours at a time at a very low intensity and in a group session.
"Now I have had to adjust to explosive maximum intensity sessions usually on my own. A race lasts about for about 60 seconds compared to a match which could last two hours so it's a very different programme.
"I have been incredibly lucky to have the support of the team at the Glasgow Club Bellahouston.
"The instructors and all the staff are so helpful and always keen to know how I'm getting on.
"Even the mornings when it is a tough session there is always someone with a smile to help.
"They even work out new exercises that are kayaking specific, so I'm looking forward to working with them over the next year or so as we strive for some more medals."
Chairman of Glasgow Life Councillor Archie Graham added: "We are delighted for Emma after her gold medal success at the ICF World Canoe Sprint Championships.
"She is a true inspiration, not just to the stars of tomorrow, but also to the gym staff who have been working with her over the past few months.
"It is great to know that all the hard work and hours she in the gym at the Glasgow Club Bellahouston has paid off."
Emma is now training for the Rio Paralympics in 2016.
Joanne Jardine, health and fitness co-ordinator at the Glasgow Club Bellahouston, said: "Having Emma train at Bellahouston has been an absolute pleasure.
"Her motivation is nothing short of inspiring and she has become a hero to each and everyone of us at Bellahouston.
"Her presence has pushed us to look at training in new ways, and given us all a wealth of knowledge that we may not have had the chance to discover.
"She is an amazing talent and having her as part of the Glasgow Club has been fantastic and we hope it is a partnership that continues as she plots her pathway towards further Paralympic stardom; something we have no doubt she will achieve."