Riders from Great Britain came out on top on day 2 of the 2015 UCI World Masters Track Cycling Championships at the Manchester Velodrome.
With four gold, the British riders finished the day with one more gold than Australia and the USA who both won three Gold with two for Denmark and one for New Zealand.
The Gold medals on day 1 of the 2015 UCI World Masters Track Cycling Championships at the Manchester Velodrome went to riders on both sides of the world with no one country dominating. USA, France, Australia, Latvia and Great Britain all triumphed on the opening day of the championships where riders from over 30 country’s are taking part.
The French held on to their slender lead in the overall medals table after 2009 Day 2 of the European Track Championships in Manchester. Their haul of three Golds on the day was matched by Great Britain, who remain second – just one medal back from the competition leaders. Germany and Denmark both doubled their totals to two each.
A great day of racing saw one World Record, two European records and some fantastic match sprinting.
It was an exciting morning's session at the Manchester velodrome with Women's sprinting, Pursuit qualifiers and some thrilling Points race qualifiers where two of them had to be stopped after high speed crashes saw riders and bikes crashing to the boards in a heap.