Franceâ€™s Francois Pervis, winner of the Keirin, the kilometre and the individual sprint, became the first man to clinch three titles at World Championships. Germanyâ€™s Kristina Vogel achieved the same feat in the womenâ€™s ranks while the other titles went to American Sarah Hammer in the omnium and the Spanish team in the Madison.
Frenchman Thomas Boudat on the omnium, Germanyâ€™s Kristina Vogel in the womenâ€™s sprint and Australian Amy Cure in the points race had never been crowned world champions before.
After the keirin, Frenchman Francois Pervis retained his title on the kilometre. Briton Joanna Rowsell won the womenâ€™s pursuit while Colombian Edwin Avila Vanegas pleased home fans in Cali by winning the points race.
Francois Pervis in the keirin and the British womenâ€™s pursuit team live up to expectations, winning world titles on day two of competition in Cali.