Women's Individual Pursuit - Final
Rebecca Wiasak rode a faultless pursuit to win the world title. The 30-year-old, making her world championship debut, finished three seconds faster that Jennifer Valente (USA) after leading from start to finish.
Amy Cure applied the pressure early and lead from start to finish to win the bronze medal from Joanna Rowsell (Great Britain) by nearly four seconds.
Men's Omnium - Elimination Race
Italy's Elia Viviani won the men's omnium elimination race to move to the top of the standings.
Australia's Glenn O'Shea is 6th overall on 86 points with three events remaining.
Women's Sprint - Quaterfinals
Australia's Stephanie Morton fought her way through to the semi-finals by beating Great Britain's Jess Varnish, two-nil.
China's Tianshi Zhong went two-nil over compatriot Shaung Guo to proceed to the semi-finals.
Elis Ligtlee (Netherlands) beat Simona Krupeckaite (Lithuania) in straight sets to knock her out of the competition.
Kristina Vogel (Germany) claimed both heats against Russia's Anastasiia Voynova in photo finishes.
Men's 40km Points Race
Russia's Artur Ershov rode a consistent points race to win the world title.
Ershov was one of three riders, along with New Zealand's Regan Gough and Hong Kong's King Lok Cheung who gained a lap in the first half of the race.
Other riders tried to take a lap to make up their 20 point deficit, with only Maxilian Beyer (Germany) and Eloy Teruel (Spain) able to take a lap, despite a valiant effort by Australia's Scott Law.
Ershov had his victory in the bag before the final sprint with 31 points, while Teruel finishing second overall on 30 points. Both Beyer and Gough finished with 29 points but the German was awarded the bronze due to being the highest finisher in the final sprint.
Law finished in seventh with 18 points.
Men's 1000m Time Trial
French favourite Francois Pervis was spurred on by the hometown crowd to claim the kilo crown in a time of 1.00.207.
Pervis, who also claimed gold in the team sprint and the Keirin, pushed Joachim Eilers of Germany (1.00.294) into second with New Zealand's Matthew Archibald taking the bronze (1:00.470).
Australia did not have a rider compete in this event.
Earlier in the day
Less than 24 hours after cheering from the sidelines as her endurance squad team mates obliterated the world in the team pursuit, Canberra's Rebecca Wiasak has a rainbow jersey in her sights.
Wiasak, 30, the oldest female debutant for Australia at a Track World Championships, blitzed the track with a national record of 3mins 27.018secs in the individual pursuit, her first ever World Championships ride in the green and gold.
In the final at the 2015 UCI Track World Championships in Paris (Saturday 730am AEST), the former triathlete who took up cycling just four years ago, will face Jennifer Valente (USA) for gold.
It was almost an all-Australian match up in the final, with Tasmania's Amy Cure qualifying third fastest (3:29.794), just a quarter of a second behind Valente.
On night three, Australia will also feature in the men's points race final through Scott Law (NSW).
Anna Meares will not progress in the sprint after being knocked out of contention by Great Britain's Jess Varnish in the 1/8 round.
Steph Morton qualifies for the quarterfinals in the sprint after beating Germany's Miriam Welte.
First up is the men's one kilometre time trial, followed by the men's 40km points race. The the women will battle it out in individual pursuit final, followed by the third round of the men's omnium - the elimination race. Interspersed throughout the session are women's sprint rounds.