A gold and a silver on day one were followed by three golds on day two. Oh, and a world record to boot. Cycling Weekly?s photographer Andy Jones was a very busy man.
Two of the fastest men on the planet, CHris Hoy and Theo Bos, battle it out at 70kph
Expectations are sky high as the British quartet prepare for the team pursuit final
Bradley Wiggins celebrates as the British team break the world record in the team pursuit
The Australians congratulate the British team after they take the world record.
Bradley Wiggins has a joke with Geraint Thomas as the national anthem plays
Shanaze Reade and Victoria Pendleton are all ears as sprint coach Jan Van Eijden guides them through their gold medal ride
Our girls in full flight
Reade and Pendleton take their second team sprint title. The other nations are going to have to go some to take that away from them.
Rebecca Romero looking like a seasoned pro as she rides to victory in the women's pursuit. She started cycling two years ago.
Rebecca Romero takes her first cycling world title, and looks rather happy about it!
Romero and the crowd celebrate yet another gold medal for the team in red, white and blue.
Men's endurance coach Matt Parker hugs Shane Sutton as his boys break the world record in the team pursuit.
2008 TRACK WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: DAILY REPORTS
Sunday, day five>>
Saturday, day four>>
Friday, day three>>
Thursday, day two>>
Wednesday, day one>>
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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Day three in pictures
Day two in pictures
Day one in pictures
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