Clancy and Mould won the Madison time trial event, with Clancy also winning the flying lap earlier during the afternoon session.
However, JLT were left clinging on to minor places when it came to the bunch races. Andy Tennant led Team PedalSure to two wins, winning the points race himself and his teammate Wim Stroetinga showed impressive pace to overcome Christian Grasmann of Maloja Pushbikers in the final lap of the team elimination race.
“We’ve got to try catch Ed [Clancy] haven’t we, he’s a bit good at the Flying Lap and Madison TT, he’s pretty much guaranteed two wins every night so that makes things a little bit more difficult for us,” said Tennant after the event.
“But still, we’re creeping our way up the table slowly but surely, two wins is something to take away. However, it’s all about that top four getting into the Champion League is the big one, it’s the thing that matters.”
PedalSure and Team Wiggins are currently joint second in the overall classification with one round remaining.
In the women’s championship, the combination of Katie Archibald, Neah Evans and Monica Dew secured them victory on the evening. Evans won the flying lap and scratch race, and Archibald won the elimination scratch race.
This meant that Podium Ambition leaped to the top of the leader board now ahead of Voxwomen who still managed to cling on to second with impressive rides from Lotte Kopecky, Laurie Berthon and Amber Joseph.
Philip Hindes and Callum Skinner were both racing after a month off post-Rio Olympics where they won gold in the team sprint. They both had impressive results throughout the event, with Skinner winning the final heat of the day.
The final of the three rounds of the Revolution UK Championship takes place at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester on Saturday, October 22. The action will be streamed live on Cycling Weekly’s Facebook page.
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