Three bronze medals for young British team at final Track World Cup

Jon Dibben, Track World Cup, Manchester, day two

Great Britain's youthful squad came away from the final round of the UCI Track World Cup in Guadalajara, Mexico, with a trio of bronze medals.

With world championships qualification points already secured from the previous rounds, British Cycling elected to take a young team to Mexico in order for them to gain valuable experience at the World Cup event.

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