Chris Hoy wins Keirin world title

Bradley Wiggins Mark Cavendish Madison

Mark Cavendish and Bradley Wiggins look on as they prepare for their Madison race

Mark Cavendish slings Bradley Wiggins

Cavendish and Wiggins gelling nicely as a Madison pairing

Mark Cavendish Madison world championships

Cavendish looks over his shoulder to see where the rest of the field is

Bradley Wiggins Madison world championships

Now it's Wiggins' turn to stretch the legs

Mark Cavendish Bradley Wiggins Madison world champions

The British pair circle the track and soak up the applause. The race had almost brought the house down

Mark Cavendish Bradley Wiggins Madison

Smiles all round, after the Madison

Lizzie Armitstead scratch race

Lizzie Armitstead gains valuable experience in the scratch race.

Victoria Pendleton wins sprint world title

Victoria Pendleton secures her status as red hot favourite for the sprint in the Olympics by beating Simona Krupeckaite of Lithuania 2 - 0 in the final

Victoria Pendleton union flag

Pendleton celebrates after winning the sixth world title of her career

Chris Hoy wins Keirin world title

No sooner had Pendleton won her gold, than Chris Hoy stepped up to win the keirin - Britain's ninth world title in four days


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Women's Keirin: Reed denies Pendleton the perfect finish

Who are Brit's golden nine?

Hoy wins the Keirin

Eighth gold for Britain in the Madison

Gold for Pendleton in the sprint

Chris Hoy wins sprint gold

Pursuit women take fifth British gold medal

Jo Rowsell's gold: the toast of Sutton Cycling Club

Belarussian wins men's points race

Britain going for more gold on Friday

Comment: How many more gold for GB?

Hat-trick of golds for Britain

Britain break team pursuit world record

GB into women's team pursuit final

Gold for Romero in individual pursuit

Reade and Pendleton cruise into team sprint final

Track World Champs: results

Romero breaks British pursuit record

It's Britain vs Denmark in team pursuit final

Britain aiming for team pursuit world record

Britain take silver in team sprint

Crowd step in as French anthem stalls

Hayles denies cheating after failing blood test

Wiggins: "I'm pleased I got the job done"

Wiggins wins pursuit gold

Brailsford defends Hayles after failed blood test

Hayles fails pre-race blood test at Track Worlds

Cycling Weekly's 2008 Track World Championships preview


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