Cameron Meyer has comfortably defended his world title in the men's points race at the track cycling world championships in the Netherlands.
"Fifth points race world title, it was a hard one, but I'm very happy," he said.
The 30-year-old won with a total of 70 points, ahead of hometown hope Jan Willem van Schip and Great Britain's Mark Stewart in third.
The 22-year-old Scot twice took a lap on the field as he piled up 49 points, edging out Hong Kong's King Lok Cheung by a single point for the final medal.
"I went in thinking I'd love a medal here but I wouldn't be disappointed if I didn't get one," Stewart said.
"I've had a tough month. I've had a lot of dental work with abscesses. I've been to the dentist six times already this year so up until about a week ago I hadn't had a good day.
"Then I started to feel like myself again and thought if I can get a medal I'll be super happy."
In the women’s Sprint final reigning Commonwealth champion Stephanie Morton claimed the silver medal behind German veteran and reigning Olympic champion Kristina Vogel.
“This year I knew what to expect, Morton said. “I was cool, calm and collected through the rounds, I was working on the processes, going in with a plan, forgetting who I was up against. Just looking at a game of strength and weaknesses.
“It just shows everything we are doing is right, we are on the right path."