Ireland were first off in the opening session of Round 4 of the Track World Cup – Mia Griffin, Kelly Murphy, Alice Sharpe and Orla Walsh taking to the track for only the second time at this level. Their time of 4:31.762 was a couple of seconds faster than
1 Great Britain (BARKER Elinor, ARCHIBALD Katie, DICKINSON Eleanor, KENNY Laura) 4:17.453
2 Italy (BALSAMO Elisa, FRAPPORTI Simona, GUAZZINI Vittoria, VALSECCHI Silvia)
3 United States (VALENTE Jennifer, BIRCH Christina, CATLIN Kelly, WHITE Emma) 4:24.493
4 Republic of Korea (KIM Hyunji, KIM Youri, LEE Jumi, NA Ahreum) 4:25.362
5 Team Breeze (HOLL Jenny, KNIGHT
Results from the first session of the Revolution Champions League 2016 in Manchester
The final round of the UK Revolution Series saw the top four teams qualify for the Champions League Series – to face World Tour teams Orica Bike-Exchange, Cannondale Drapac, Team Lotto-Jumbo NL, Team Sky, Giant Alpecin, Lampre Merida and Trek Segafredo in Paris, Manchester and London.
The second round of the UK Revolution Series took place in Glasgow with the new format of Men's Elite, Women's Elite, Sprinter's Omnium and Hoy Future Stars again proving a bit hit with the crowd.
The first session saw Men's and Women's Points Races that went down to the final Sprint while the
Nine titles were decided on the final day at Manchester as well as the prestigious trophy for the Brian Cossavella Memorial Scratch Race.
There were ten races and thirteen titles on day 7 of the 2016 UCI World Masters Track Cycling Championships at Manchester where the race programme was dominated by bunch races.
Nine titles were awarded on Day 6 of the 2016 UCI World Masters Track Cycling Championships across a range of events from the tough Points races to the technically difficult Team Pursuit.
Thirteen titles were decided on day 5 and the home nation and the USA both had a very good day with the USA topping the table on the day with five Gold to the four from the British riders. There was one each on the day for Japan, Australia, New Zealand
Fourteen titles from eleven finals were awarded on day 4 of 2016 UCI World Masters Track Cycling Championships at the Manchester Velodrome on Tuesday (October 4)