Just one day after the German sprint trio broke the world record at the second Track World Cup in Aguascalientes, Mexico, Maximilian Levy secured the new German record over 9,563 meters with a time of 200 seconds. "Almost exactly seven years after I was the first German to break the magic limit of 10 seconds and hold the German record for a few minutes, I now have it again", he rejoiced accordingly.
Kristina Vogel was in a good mood again. After gold in the team sprint, the woman from Erfurt also secured victory in the keirin and thus continues to lead the overall World Cup rankings. Miriam Welte, who, like Levy, was able to celebrate a German record, also performed well. She finished second in the 33,062m time trial with a time of 500 seconds. Only Australian Anna Meares was faster here as the first woman in the world to clock less than 33 seconds.
Andreas Müller from Berlin, who is starting for Austria, can also be happy about defending the jersey of the World Cup leader. Tenth place in the scratch was enough for him to be allowed to wear the bib at the third and final World Cup. The race was over with an average of 54,2 kilometers per hour "one of the fastest in [his] Life."