Liam Phillips continued his build-up to July's UCI BMX World Championships with a double win at the King of Prague.
The 26-year-old Great Britain Cycling Team rider was victorious in Saturday's racing before backing up his ride with another strong performance on Sunday in the Czech Republic.
Teammate Kyle Evans was second on both days to complete an excellent weekend for the squad.
A UCI C1 event, the meeting also carried Rio Olympic qualifying points.
Phillips, world champion in 2013, is part of a five-person Great Britain Cycling Team squad for the world championships in Zolder, Belgium, from 21-25 July.