UCI track cycling World Cup: Great Britain wins 10 medals while Kristina Vogel got three golds
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UCI track cycling World Cup: Great Britain wins 10 medals as Kristina Vogel got three golds



The Sunday’s third round of the UCI track cycling World Cup event surely wrapped some impressive performances with Great Britain getting 10 golds and German rider, Kristina Vogel, getting three golds out of four of the German’s medals.



Second place, after the 10 medals that Great Britain collected, went to Netherlands and New Zealand who earned six while Germany and Canada took four.



During the first two rounds, Vogel was able to triumph in the keirin, individual sprint and team sprint race like she did in Pruszków, Poland, and Manchester, England.



Double-medal winners


Another impressive rider who showcased some incredible skills in Milton this Sunday was Great Britain’s rider, Katie Archibald who received two golds in the points and also madison races.



Another rider who took a double-gold victory was Dane Niklas Larsen. She got them in the point’s race and omnium. Some other double-medals winners were Brits Mark Stewart, Oliver Wood and Belgian Kenny De Ketele.


As for the Swiss, they won their first medal of the World Cup’s round three in the men’s team pursuit able to beat the Americans for bronze while Suter grabbed Switzerland’s this round’s second medal.




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