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Great Britain continued their excellent start to the Cycling World Championships in Glasgow, winning four gold and five silver medals on day two.
Jody Cundy won his 20th cycling world title in the men’s C4 1km time trial.
GB also took gold and silver in the men’s C3 1km time trial.
And there were British one-twos in the men’s B 1km time trial and the women’s B individual pursuit where Sophie Unwin and Jenny Holl won their second title of the world championships.
Britain’s medal total for the championships now stands at 14, with six gold, five silver and two bronze.
Neil Fachie and Matthew Rotherham won Britain’s first gold of the day, finishing 0.042 seconds ahead of team-mates James Ball and Steffan Lloyd in the men’s B 1km time trial.
And Unwin and Holl, who won the B 1km time trial on day one, took gold in day two’s penultimate event, defeating British Paralympic champion Lora Fachie and pilot Corrine Hall in the B individual pursuit final.
In the C3 1km time trial British defending champion Jaco van Gass won gold finishing 0.236 seconds ahead of compatriot Fin Graham.
While GB’s Daphne Schrager won silver in the women’s C2 individual pursuit and Frances Brown claimed second in the women’s C1 500m time trial.
Epic start for hosts in evening session
There was seemingly a medal won in every event in the first half of Friday’s evening session as Great Britain dominated the para-cycling schedule.
The gold rush was triggered by Cundy and Fachie, with the two Britons boasting 40 world titles between them.
Cundy, 44, finished over a second ahead of Australia’s Michael Shippley in the C4 1km time trial.
The seven-time Paralympic champion in cycling and swimming now has 23 world titles across both sports.
In the men’s B time trial Fachie and pilot Rotherham took gold after a tense final 750 metres, delivering Fachie his 17th world title.
The pair, who won the Commonwealth title for Scotland together in 2022, were off the pace with a lap to go but managed to edge ahead of compatriots Ball and Lloyd who took silver.
Elsewhere, in the women’s elite 500m time trial Britain’s Sophie Capewell, who won silver in the team sprint on Thursday, finished fourth, 0.122 seconds off a bronze medal.
And GB also missed out on bronze in the men’s elite team sprint, narrowly losing out to France.
GB’s Atherton through in downhill
Meanwhile, in the women’s mountain bike downhill, GB’s five-time world champion Rachel Atherton safely qualified a day after dislocating her shoulder.
Atherton injured her shoulder after a fall during a practice run on Thursday and posted the 31st fastest time on Friday.
With fewer than 40 entrants any rider who set a time in qualifying advanced to Saturday’s final.
GB’s Tahnee Seagrave posted the second-fastest time with Britons Harriet Harnden, Stacey Fisher, Anna-Louise Ferguson and Mikayla Parton also posting top 20 times.
In the men’s mountain bike downhill qualifying GB’s Bernard Kerr posted the third-fastest time with compatriots Charlie Hatton and Danny Hart also posting top 10 runs.
Earlier on Friday, Great Britain, led by local favourite Katie Archibald, were fastest in qualifying for the women’s team pursuit.