British riders continued to win medals on day two of the Los Angeles track World Cup on Saturday. Chris Newton just missed out on gold in the points race, while Ross Edgar (SIS) beat team mate and first year senior Jason Kenny for bronze in the sprint. The talented under 23 Academy team finished fourth in the team pursuit, going two seconds faster in the ride-off for bronze.

Chris Newton showed all his class in the points race but was beaten by talented 19 year-old Australian Cameron Meyer. Newton lead the race thanks to some excellent tactical riding but lost out in the final laps when Meyer got away and won the final sprint to score a total of 24 points, while Newton was only eleventh and finished with 20 points.

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