Yumi Kajihara triumphed in the women's omnium in Glasgow ©Getty Images

Japan’s Yumi Kajihara won her second gold medal of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Track Cycling Nations Cup in Glasgow, as home favourite Katie Archibald crashed out when leading the women’s omnium.

World champion Archibald led the standings heading into the points race, the final event of the four-discipline women’s omnium at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome.

The British star had won both the tempo and elimination races to top the standings, ahead of the Netherlands' Maike van der Duin and Kajihara, who were four and eight points behind.

Archibald was forced to withdraw from the points race early due to a crash, leaving Van der Duin and Kajihara battling for gold.

Kajihara secured nine points across the eight sprints to finish on a winning total of 101 points.

The Olympic silver medallist added to her triumph in the elimination race yesterday.

Van der Duin finished two points behind as the runner-up, while Belgium’s Lotte Kopecky completed the podium on 97 points.

The women’s individual pursuit event saw an all-German final between Mieke Kroger and Franziska Brausse.

Kroger and Brausse had been part of Germany’s gold-medal winning team pursuit squad two days earlier, but turned rivals in the individual event.

Kroger overcame her team-mate by completing the 3,000 metres event in a time of 3min 25.354sec, with Brausse crossing the line in 3:25.471.

Britain’s Josie Knight completed the podium places by winning the bronze medal contest in 3:27.561.

Anna Morris of Wales ended fourth in 3:28.014.

Colombia’s Martha Bayona Pineda earned victory in the women’s 500m time trial, as the reigning Pan American champion completed the sprint event in a time of 33.473 seconds.

Italy’s Miriam Vece finished 0.378 seconds off the pace to end as the runner-up, with the Netherlands' Kyra Karwacka third at 0.400 down.

Reigning world champion Harrie Lavreysen secured victory in the men’s keirin.

Lavreysen, who won Olympic bronze at Tokyo 2020 in the event, negotiated his way through the first two rounds of the competition impressively.

The Dutch rider was first across the line in the final, ending 0.023 seconds ahead of Colombian rival Kevin Quintero Chavarro.

Australia’s Matthew Richardson, who finished ahead of Lavreysen in the second round, completed the podium positions.

France’s Thomas Boudat and Benjamin Thomas topped the podium in the men’s madison event.

The duo won five sprints and gained a lap during the 50km event to finish the competition on a total of 66 points.

Their sprint success proved key with Japan’s Shunsuke Imamura and Kazushige Kuboki finishing three points behind on 66, with 40 of their final tally earned by gaining two laps in the event.

Italy’s Michele Scartezzini and Simone Consonni earned bronze on 49 points, four clear of Portugal’s Ivo Manuel Alves Oliveria and Iuri Leitao.