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Four-time Olympic champion Laura Kenny won omnium silver in the European Track Championships as British team-mates Katie Archibald along with Ollie Wood clinched bronze medals.
While Wood, 23, won his medal at the men’s 25, archibald, 25, finished third in the women’s individual pursuit.
Kenny ended first at the scratch race before setting 10th and third in the tempo and removal races.
“I’m a little disappointed to be honest,” said Kenny, 27.
“I always race to win anything less than that and I am not pleased. But fair play to Kirsten [Wild] – she had a great race today.”
Wonderful Britain have won eight championships in the Netherlands, in Apeldoorn.
Kenny and Archibald were members of all the quartet of their women who obtained team pursuit gold Thursday, while Wood won bronze.
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