Matthew Glaetzer sets blistering new kilo time trial sea-level world record

Australian Track Championships provide the scene for Matthew Glaetzer to clock a new sea-level record for the kilometre time trial

Matthew Glaetzer, Track World Cup Manchester 2017. Image: Andy Jones

(Image credit: Andy Jones)

Matthew Glaetzer broke his own sea-level world record for the one kilometre time trial at the Australian track national championships on Thursday.

The 25-year-old Australian bettered his mark of 59.970 seconds set during the Track World Cup round in Manchester in November, clocking a new blistering time of 59.759 seconds.

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