Brits Latham and Tennant accelerate into second at the London Six Day

German team Kluge and Reinhardt take the lead after four days

Andy Tennant on day four of the London Six Day (Steven Paston/PA Wire)

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Andy Tennant and Chris Latham moved from Sixth to second after a breathless night of racing at the London Six on Friday.

Having taken overall lead after winning the opening Madison chase of the night, the British pairing came under intense pressure in the final chase and did well to slip only one place, finishing the day one place behind Madison world champions Roger Kluge and Theo Reinhardt.

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Owen Rogers is an experienced journalist, covering professional cycling and specialising in women's road racing. He has followed races such as the Women's Tour and Giro d'Italia Donne, live-tweeting from Women's WorldTour events as well as providing race reports, interviews, analysis and news stories. He has also worked for race teams, to provide post race reports and communications.