The Revolution pitched its tent at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow for the second round of the season which was a few new faces at the top of the results sheets.
Ellis Ligtlee of the Netherlands topped the Women’s sprint qualification with a 11.282 ahead of France’s Olivia Montauban on an 11.401. The fastest British qualifer was Dani Khan on 11.604. Ligtlee’s compatriot Yesna Rikhoff made it through to the third-fourth final where seh saw off Montauban while Ligtlee beat Khan to take the overall win.
Keirin specialist Clara Sanchez of France showed her class – winning the event from Ligtlee and Montauban.
In the Men’s Sprint competition it was a Scot – Callum Skinner – who topped the 200m qualifying sheet with a 10.346 ahead of Jeffrey Hoogland of the Netherlands an 10.368 and Quentin Lafarge of France on 10.413.
Lafarge lost out in the third-fourth final to Matthijs Buchli of the Netherlands while Skinner went all the way and turned his qualifying performance in to an overall win, beating Robert Kanter of Germany in the process.
The Frenchman did rather better in the Keirin – matching Sanchez’ performance by beating Buchli and Skinner to take the win.