A single medal closed out the 2013 UCI Track Cycling World Championships for Australia with Annette Edmondson picking up a bronze medal in the women's omnium.
Edmondson, also a bronze medalist at the London 2012 Olympic Games, won the flying lap to open the omnium competition but American Sarah Hammer and Laura Trott of Great Britain proved more consistent across the six events, winning the gold and silver medals.
Hammer won the individual pursuit to finish on 20 points while Olympic champion Trott claimed the elimination race to finish two points behind the American. Edmondson claimed her bronze with 26 points.
"To be honest my legs weren't that great before the crash (in the elimination race) so it may have rattled me a little bit but I wasn't feeling that great which is why my tactics changed," said Edmondson.
"I was trying to stay on the wheel and keep out of the wind as much as possible and go for the sprints instead of sitting on the front as I normally do. But that's just racing and when that happens you just have to try and pull yourself together, keep calm and get back in the race."
(Germany's Stefan Botticher powers to the finish - Getty)
Germany's Stefan Botticher won gold in the men's sprint defeating Russian Denis Dmitriev without needing a third race. Francois Pervis of France did the same to claim bronze ahead of New Zealand's Sam Webster.
Only sixth in qualifying, Botticher had to come through the repechages after his defeat to British Olympic champion Jason Kenny, who went out to Webster in the quarter-finals.
Botticher, who was adding this to Thursday's team sprint gold, then beat Kiwis Simon Van Velthooven and Webster to book his ticket to the final.
Matthew Glaetzer finished 5th to be best placed Australian while Mitch Bullen made it into the top ten.
(Vivien Brisse and Morgan Kneisky of France - Getty)
France duo Vivien Brisse and Morgan Kneisky won madison gold with Spain (David Mutaner/Albert Torres) taking silver and Germany (Henning Bommel/Theo Reinhardt) the bronze.
The three medal winning teams opened up a one lap advantage on their rivals in the closing quarter of the 200-lap race.
Defending champions Kenny De Ketele et Gijs Van Hoecke of Belgium came in eighth.
The last French pair to claim this event which has disappeared from the Olympic menu at the world championships was Jerome Neuville and Franck Perque at Copenhagen in 2002.
"We had the outline of the course in our heads and I had already followed this programme once in the World Cup. We wanted to do something good and it all fell into place," said Brisse.
(Great Britain's Rebecca James won the women's keirin - Getty)
The women's keirin was won by Great Britain's Rebecca James ahead of China's Jinjie Gong and Lisandra Rodriguez Guerra of Cuba. Australia's Kaarle McCulloch finished outside the medals in 11th place.
The 21-year-old James became the first Briton to win four medals at a worlds and led throughout to give Britain's contingent their fifth title of the event.
"Wow. It's going to take a good week for it to sink in, or two weeks, or a month," said James, who became the first rider since Australian Anna Meares in 2007 to win four medals at a single world championships and who endured five straight gruelling days of competition,
"I just need someone to pinch me and tell me if it's really happening to me."
Australia finished with eight medals, ranking third on the medal table at the end of the championships with two gold, two silver and four bronze medals while Great Britain, with nine medals (five gold, two silver and two bronze medals) topped the table. A resurgent Germany ranked second with eight medals (three gold, three silver and two bronze) after 19 events.
1 Sarah Hammer (USA) 20pts
2 Laura Trott (GBR) 24
3 Annette Edmondson (AUS) 26
Men's Sprint Gold Medal
Stefan Botticher (GER) def Denis Dmitriev (RUS)
Men's Sprint Bronze Medal
Francois Pervis (FRA) def Sam Webster (NZL)
5 Matthew Glaetzer (AUS)
9 Mitchell Bullen (AUS)
15 Andrew Taylor (AUS)
21 Scott Sunderland (AUS)
1 France (Vivien Brisse/Morgan Kneisky) 18pts
2 Spain (Albert Barcelo Torres/David Juaneda Muntaner) 15
3 Germany (Henning Bommel/Theo Reinhardt) 13
15 Australia (Glenn O'Shea/Alexander Edmondson)
1 Rebecca James (GBR)
2 Jinjie Gong (CHI)
3 Lisandra Rodriguez Guerra (CUB)
11 Kaarle McCulloch (AUS)