Katie Archibald He won the gold medal at the Women’s Omnium at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Roubaix, France.
27 years old, just two weeks after claiming the European Omnium title Englishman The rider dominated from start to finish and became the second world champion.
Archibald won all four events with a perfect all-round display, just as he did to win the European crown. Switzerland And she had a 23-point lead over the closest challenger Eliza Balsamo into the final race, so there was never a risk of being overhauled.
Belgium’s Lotte Kopekki insisted on silver, and Italy’s Balsamo won bronze.
2017 Omnium World Champion Archibald said: I am happy to be successful in various ways.
“In some respects, I made a mistake I didn’t make in the euro, but I was incredibly nervous and now I feel very good.”
Archibald overcame fear at the third event and stayed on the bike even after the wheels were clipped from behind when the two riders crashed.
This year was a memorable year for Archibald, who won the Olympic gold medal. Laura Kenny At the Madison event.
“It’s been 10 weeks since the game and we’re ready for a very solid game. I and Laura have been working closely on Madison’s assault,” added Archibald.
“So she was preparing for Omnium, and I was doing a lot of it with her. From her Olympic preparations to encounter this because we are like comrades. In essence benefited.
“I’m not that out of touch, so I had to adjust myself in the last four weeks.”
Katie Archibald wins second World Championship Omnium title
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