There wasn't much missing. Joachim Eilers from Chemnitz gave the German team a silver medal over the kilometer on the third day of the title fights. Last year's third placed with a time of 59,984 seconds behind defending champion Francois Pervis, whose clock stopped at 59,385 seconds. The Frenchman not only managed to defend his title, he also celebrated his second rainbow jersey at this World Cup after winning the keirin competition. Third place went to New Zealander Simon van Velthooven, whose time was already over a minute. Eric Engler finished eighth with a time of 1.01,327:XNUMX minutes.
The Colombian Edwin Avila caused a surprise, securing the title in an exciting men's points race ahead of Thomas Scully from New Zealand and Eloy Teruel from Spain.
Deciding in the women's one-on-one pursuit was a no-brainer for Joanna Rowsell. The world champion in the team pursuit relegated the American Sarah Hammer and the Australian Amy Cure to their places.