Josie Knight and Will Perrett won silver and bronze medals for Great Britain on day four of the UEC European Track Championships in Grenchen.
Knight, 25, won silver in the women’s individual pursuit after being beaten by Germany’s Franziska Brausse by more than three seconds in the final.
In the men’s omnium, Perrett won bronze having finished third in the concluding points race.
The 26-year-old had sat in fifth overall prior to the final race.
Perrett finished the points race with 136 points, while France’s two-time omnium world champion Benjamin Thomas took the gold medal with 162.
Anna Morris narrowly missed out on joining GB team-mate Knight on the individual pursuit podium as she came fourth.
In the women’s points race, Scot Neah Evans – wearing rainbow stripes as the reigning world champion – placed seventh.
They are second in the overall medal table, trailing Germany only on the number of golds won.