Cyclocross Worlds: GB clinch four medals on phenomenal opening day

Tom Pidcock lead a clean sweep of the podium for GB in the men's junior race

Great Britain's Tom Pidcock wins Gold in the Men's Junior race. (Whitehead/

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Great Britain were kings of the ice as they clinched an unprecedented four medals on day one of the Cyclocross World Championships.

Great Britain’s junior men stole the show with a superb 1-2-3 as Thomas Pidcock clinched his first rainbow jersey in Luxembourg.

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