European Track Championships 2020: Matt Walls and Neah Evans help GB take two more golds on day three

Laura Kenny also made a visit to the podium in the women's omnium

Great Britain's Matt Walls during the Menís Omnium Tempo race (SW Pix)

(Image credit: Alex Whitehead/

Great Britain continued their winning ways at the European Track Championships with two golds and a silver medal on day three in Bulgaria.

Neah Evans took gold in the individual pursuit, adding to her team pursuit victory yesterday, having qualified with the fastest time earlier in the day. Evans posted a time of 3-29.456 to beat Italy's Martina Alzini by two seconds. Josie Knight narrowly missed out on bronze, having qualified with the third-fastest time, finishing fourth with a time of 3-31.519, pipped by Sivlia Valsecchi (Italy).

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