Great Britain’s Jason Kenny continued his build-up to the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Paris with a sprint victory at the Revolution Series in Glasgow.
The three-time Olympic champion defeated teammate Callum Skinner in the final by two heats to nil having produced a sub-10-second lap over 200m in qualifying.
The world championships take place in Paris from 18-22 February at the new French national velodrome.
A second victory for the Great Britain Cycling Team came in the keirin as Lewis Oliva edged out Scottish duo Jack Carlin and John Paul for the win.
Lizzie Armitstead was imperious as she won the women's points race, lapping the field three times on the way.
Team USN’s Joe Holt triumphed in the longest lap from the 24 riders that started.
TV highlights will be shown on Channel 4 at 7am on Saturday 7 February and will also be available to view online on 4OD.
Tickets for round five of the Revolution Series, which takes place on the 27 and 28 February at the Lee Valley VeloPark start from £15 and are available via www.cyclingrevolution.com or by calling See Tickets on 0844 412 4650.