The final day of the UCI Junior Track Cycling World Championships in Cairo saw five further rainbow jerseys up for grabs ©Getty Images

Alina Lysenko earned her fourth gold medal of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Junior Track Cycling World Championships in the Egyptian capital Cairo in the women’s keirin - one of four events won by Russian riders on the final day.

Lysenko had already won in the women’s team and individual sprints and the time trial, and ranked first again in the six-lap keirin final to earn gold.

Germany’s Clara Schneider earned the silver, while bronze went to Ukraine’s Alla Biletska.

Russia’s dominance of this event continued as they took their gold medal tally up to 14 with victories in the men’s time trial and the women’s and men's madison.

Grigorii Skorniakov pipped Germany’s Willy Leonhard Weinrich to gold in the 1000 metres time trial as both riders finished in 1min 03.339sec.

Kirill Kurdidi of Kazakhstan placed third in 1:03.804.

In the women’s madison, Inna Abaidullina and Alena Ivanchenko were the only riders to lap the field twice, which earned them 40 points to go with their 20 from the sprints as they finished on 60.

Abaidullina and Ivanchenko both earned their third golds of the championships having contributed to a Russian victory in the women’s team pursuit on Thursday (September 2), while the former also won the women’s omnium the following day and the latter triumphed in the women’s points race yesterday.

Their total was 12 clear of France’s silver medallists Jade Labastugue and Benedicte Ollier, who scored 48 points.

They too were well clear of third placed Dutch riders Yuli van der Molen and Nienke Veenhoven, who finished on 27.

Italy’s Valentina Basilico and Sara Fiorin picked up points in each of the eight sprints, but their total of 26 was not enough for a podium finish.

The men's madison saw Daniil Valgonen and Grigorii Skorniakov ride to victory on 52 points as one of only two pairs to lap the field.

The Russians also picked up points in all but one of the 12 sprints to see off the Czech Republic's Radovan Stec and Matyáš Koblížek in the silver medal position on 43.

Canada's Dylan Bibic and Carson Mattern were third on 30 points, double that of Matteo Lapo Bozicevich and Luca Collinelli of Italy in fourth.

In the men’s elimination race, Italy’s Dario Igor Belletta clinched the rainbow jersey in front of Russian Dmitrii Dolzhikov in second and Czech Republic’s Matyáš Koblížek in third.