Frenchman Francois Pervis caused a real sensation when he smashed the 12-year-old world record for the kilometer in 56.303. In the womenâ€™s competition, Germanyâ€™s Kristina Vogel added a third jewel to her crown by winning the individual sprint on the last day of a leg that saw 7 world records tumbling.
With the victories of Matthew Glaetzer in the sprint, Luke Davison on the Omnium, Rebecca Wiasak in the pursuit and Anna Meares on a record-breaking 500 metres, Cycling Australia dominated the second day of racing on the track of Aguascalientes.
The British Cycling girls won the team pursuit once again in the second leg of the World Cup in Aguascalientes in a new world record of 4:16.552.
The Mexican track of Aguascalientes, at a height of 1,887 metres, welcomes the second leg of the World Cup.