Heartache for Katie Archibald but Emma Finucane sprints to gold

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  • Scot fails to claim medal in the Omnium
  • Young rider picks up first world title

Katie Archibald’s resilience finally ebbed away in the Sir Chris Hoy velodrome, as she admitted that the pressure of competing in the UCI Cycling World Championships, a year after her partner Rab Wardell died of a cardiac arrest, had been overwhelming.

“I’ve struggled with the pressure,” the Scot said, after missing out on the medals in the women’s Omnium.

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Written by Jeremy Whittle at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome
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