Amy Roberts picked up her second bronze medal in as many days at the Junior Track World Championships in Invercargill, New Zealand.
Roberts, who is part of British Cycling's Olympic Development Programme, finished a comfortable third behind Australian victor Taylah Jennings and Kiwi Sophie Williamson. 24 hours earlier she won bronze in the women's team pursuit alongside Elinor Barker and Hayley Jones after setting a new national record.
Jon Dibben sits in fourth place after the first three events of the omnium. He got off to the perfect start, winning the flying lap before finishing fourth in the points race and tenth in the elimination event.
Reigning European and National kilo champion Matt Rotherham got his championships underway with a seventh place in the time trial.
Day 2, Junior Track World Championships 2012: Invercargill, New Zealand
Men's scratch race
1. Anton Muzychkin (Blr)
2. Jordan Parra Arias (Col)
3. Robert Gaineyev (Kaz)
Men's kilometre time trial
1. Zachery Shaw (Aus) 1-02.303
2. Dylan Kennett (NZl) 1-02.957
3. Jakub Vyvoda (Cze) 1-03.906
Women's points race
1. Taylah Jennings (Aus) 37 points
2. Sophie Williamson (NZl) 22
3. Amy Roberts (GBr) 14
Australia and Russia share spoils on day one of Junior Track Worlds
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Nick Bull is an NCTJ qualified journalist who has written for a range of titles, as well as being a freelance writer at Beat Media Group, which provides reports for the PA Media wire which is circulated to the likes of the BBC and Eurosport. His work at Cycling Weekly predominantly dealt with professional cycling, and he now holds a role as PR & Digital Manager at SweetSpot Group, which organises the Tour of Britain.
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