Lotte Kopecky finally put a dent in Britain’s dominance of the velodrome at the cycling world championships on Tuesday.
One day after the home nation took two more gold medals in track cycling, the Belgian multi-disciplinary standout regained her points race world title from Britain’s Neah Evans with a dominant performance. Kopecky and Australia’s Georgia Baker gained a lap on the field early, and that proved to be decisive in the duo going one-two in the 100-lap race.
Kopecky finished with 39 points, including the 20 she earned from gaining a…
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