The Men’s Omnium came to a thrilling conclusion in the afternoon session at the Pringle - the only medal decided today. The Men’s Sprint competition reached the Quarter Final stage and the Women’s Sprint – which kicked off in the morning session – reached the 1/8 round.
Just two events in the morning session at the velodrome on Day 4 of the track cycling competition in the London 2012 Olympics. The Men’s Omnium 4km Pursuit set up a thrilling end to the competition and the Women’s Sprint qualification set up another chance for Great Britain’s Victoria Pendleton and Australia’s Anna Meares to renew their rivalry.
Day 4 of the Olympic track competition again sees just a single medal awarded – in the Men’s Omnium – but the day is dominated by the Sprint competitions with the Men's Sprint Quarter Finals taking place and the Women’s competition kicking off with 200m Qualifying and the 1/16 and 1/8 Finals.
The afternoon session of the third day of competition only saw one medal decided, but there was no shortage of excitement in the first day of the Men’s Sprint and the Men’s Omnium. But all eyes were on the Women’s Team Pursuit and the four-way battle between Great Britain, the USA, Australia and Canada.