Great Britain Cycling Team’s Emily Kay was in magnificent form as she dominated round three of the Revolution Series at the Lee Valley VeloPark in London.
British Cycling Olympic Senior Academy Programme rider Kay took four victories with wins in the points and elimination events as well as a scratch race double.
The 20-year-old from Bromsgrove led a Great Britain 1-2-3 in the points race ahead of Abbie Dentus and Megan Barker.
In the scratch race Barker was once again third behind Kay with Emily Nelson second and the trio occupied the same positions in the elimination race on a promising evening for Great Britain Cycling Team’s youngsters.
Super happy to manage to come away with 4 wins yesterday @RevolutionUK! Great night and amazing crowds as usual!!— Emily Kay (@EmilyKay95) November 15, 2015
The UCI scratch race, over 40 laps, saw Kay again finish ahead of fellow 2013 junior team pursuit world champion Nelson with Melissa Lowther third.
Callum Skinner continued his return after injury with second place in the men’s sprint, losing out to Pavel Keleman in the final. Lewis Oliva was fifth with Joe Truman eighth, Tom Scammell 12th and Alex Joliffe 17th.
Olympic Junior Academy Programme riders Fred Wright and Jessica Roberts lead the Hoy Future Stars boy’s and girl’s competitions respectively.
Round four of the Revolution Series takes place in Glasgow on 28 November 2015.