Brits lead World Champs medal count

Lucy Garner wins junior women's road race, Road World Championships 2011

Great Britain leads the medal count at the World Championships in Copenhagen so far despite missing out in Saturday's races. With one gold, two silver and two bronze, Britain has collected a total of five medals - more than any other nation at this year's Worlds.

Nicole Cooke came the closest to winning a medal, finishing fourth in the women's road race.

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