The penultimate day of action took place in Portugal ©UEC

Germany’s Pauline Grabosch claimed women’s 500 metres time trial gold on the penultimate day of the European Track Junior and Under-23 Championships in Anadia.

The silver medallist in yesterday’s individual sprint finished top of the podium today, clocking a time of 33.703sec at the Sangalhos Velodrome.

She finished clear of individual sprint champion Olena Starikova, the Ukrainian ending second on 34.423.

The podium was completed by The Netherlands’ Kyra Lamberink, who ended with a time of 34.562.

France's Sébastien Vigier won men’s sprint competition, beating The Netherlands’ Harrie Lavreysen in the gold medal contest.

Britain’s Joe Truman won the bronze medal.

A closely fought women’s omnium finished with Italy’s Elisa Balsamo winning the four event competition, ending on a tally of 140 after the concluding points race.

Britain’s Ellie Dickinson was second on 136 and Denmark’s Amalie Dideriksen two points further behind.

Mark Stewart of Britain won the men’s omnium, ending ahead of Denmark’s Niklas Larsen and France’s Adrien Garel.

Ukraine’s Oleg Kanaka triumphed in the men’s junior points race, finishing the event with a total of 58.

His closest rival was Belgium’s Fabio Van den Bossche, eight points adrift to take the silver.

The bronze medal was earned by Mauro Schmid of Switzerland with 34 points.

There was also Ukrainian success in the women’s event as Olha Kulynych triumphed.

Belarus’ Aksana Salauyeva and France’s Valentine Fortin won the silver and bronze medals respectively.

In the women’s keirin, France’s Mathilde Gros added to her successes in the sprint and 500m time trial by taking victory.

She beat Italy’s Martina Fidanza and Britain’s Lauren Bate to the line.

The men’s junior race was won by Russia’s Pavel Perchuk, with Poland’s Daniel Rochna and Cezary Laczkowski completing the medal places.