British riders ended a weekend of World Cup track success on a high on Sunday, as the men?s team sprint trio Chris Hoy, Jamie Staff and Matt Crampton beat France to win gold in Los Angeles.

After a blow out and crash by French rider Kevin Sireau caused a re-run, the powerful trio stormed to victory with a time of 44.606 for the three laps, while France only recorded 44.913. Showing the strength in depth of British sprinting, the team of Ross Edgar, Jason Queally and Jason Kenny finished third to take the bronze medal in a time of 44.725.

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