In the women’s 2km pursuit world champion Sarah Bailey, from Great Britain, proved to good for American Greta Neimanas catching her opponent in 1:54.076 minutes.
And Bailey claimed her second gold of the day in the 500m-time trial, with Neimanas once again trailing home in second.
There was more joy for Britain in the women’s tandem sprint final as Aileen McGlynn and Ellen Hunter, who won the race at the inaugural world cup two years ago, saw off the challenge of Australian rivals Felicity Johnson and Katie Parker.
Organisers announce 20,021 free tickets to be made available to keyworkers
Covid 19 update