UCI Track World Cup: More gold for New Zealand on Day 2

New Zealand's Edward Dawkins take part in the Men`s sprint qualifying during the UCI Track Cycling W

The second night of the fifth round of the UCI Track World Cup saw more success for the home nation, New Zealand, with gold medals in the men's Keirin and men's Madison. After both team pursuit squads had secured victory on the opening night, Ed Dawkins added to the delight of the crowd by winning the Keirin while Campell Stewart and Aaron Gate were imperious in the Omnium. In the third men's event of the night, Greece's Christos Volikakis bided his time and produced a powerful final sprint to take the gold medal. On the women's side, Annette Edmondson claimed Australia's second gold medal of the event with a memorable performance in the Omnium. Having won the opening scratch race along with the elimination race, with fourth place in the tempo race in the middle, she capped victory in the points race after an entertaining tussle with Canada's Allison Beveridge. ...

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