- Archibald wins all four events to take gold medal in Roubaix
- British cyclist adds to European and Olympic golds won in 2021
The British track cyclist Katie Archibald has won her second world omnium title in Roubaix, winning all four events in a dominant all-round display.
The 27-year-old secured Great Britain’s first gold medal of this year’s world track championships in style, adding to her bronze in Thursday’s team pursuit. Archibald opened her account with a faultless ride in the 7.5km scratch race, surging past the Olympic champion, USA’s Jennifer Valente, in the final lap.
Written by Niall McVeigh
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