More glory for Varnish
Jess Varnish claimed gold in the keirin on the fifth and final day of the British Cycling National Track Championships in Manchester.
Varnish added the keirin to her national titles in the 500m time trial, the individual sprint and team sprint
"I've never actually won a keirin before and I'm quite surprised that I actually have. I just wanted to give 100 per cent in all of the races and it's worked really well," Varnish said.
The women's team pursuit team of Elinor Barker, Dani King, Joanna Rowsell and Laura Trott set a world record in their competitive debut over the new distance of 4km, posting a time of 4:32:721secs.
"We've got the 3km world record, which should stand forever, and it's exciting to be able to try and do that all over again with the new event," Rowsell said.
Trott and King also grabbed a comfortable victory in the women's madison.
Jason Kenny won another gold alongside Matt Crampton and Kian Emadi in the men's team sprint, while Olympic champion Philip Hindes secured silver competing alongside Callum Skinner and Matt Rotherham.
Jon Mould took three of four races in the men's omnium to record a superb win and an exciting junior madison race was claimed by dominant duo Jacob Ragan and Oliver Wood.