James, Varnish left disappointed

The home fans were treated to a gold medal to cheer when Juliana Gaviria won the women's Keirin at the Track Cycling World Cup in Cali, Colombia, but there was disappointment for two Brits.

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Jess Varnish Britain

Becky James and Jess Varnish both failed to secure a medal after an incident involving Wai Sze Lee of Hong Kong.

In the women's Omnium, Australia's Isabella King triumphed with a score of 10 points.

Germany's Philipp Thiele took gold in the men's sprint

Thiele's triumph prevented home favourite Fabian Puerta from securing a third gold after his successes in the kilometre time trial and Keirin.

Eric Engler also won a trophy for Germany when beating Russia's Valentin Savitskiy for the bronze medal.

In the men's points race, Andreas Graf of Austria took gold while Jonathan Mould of Wales secured bronze.

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