Jeffrey Hoogland led the Dutch team to victory today ©Getty Images

The Netherlands and Germany claimed the men's and women's team sprint titles at the European Track Cycling Championships in Grenchen, Switzerland.

Tokyo 2020 team sprint gold medallist Jeffrey Hoogland led the Dutch team of Harrie Lavreysen, Roy van den Berg and Tijmen van Loon, clocking 42.32 for the win.

Britain and France completed the remaining podium spots.

Britain finished in 43.56 to take the silver medal while France took bronze in 43.33.

Among women, multiple World Championships gold medallist Lea Friedrich helped the Germans to the title.

Along with compatriots Pauline Grabosch, Emma Hinze and Alessa-Catriona Pröpster, Germany cruised to gold in 46.86.

Britain bagged another silver thanks to Lauren Bell, Emma Finucane, Katy Marchant and Sophie Capewell who clocked 47.63.

The Netherlands won bronze with a timing of 47.431.

The men's elimination race saw Germany bag another gold thanks to the 20-year-old Tim Torn Teutenberg.

Teutenberg defeated the 2021 European champion Rui Oliveira of Portugal for the title.

Philip Heijnen won bronze for The Netherlands.

Two-time World Championships bronze medallist Maria Martins of Portugal claimed the women's elimination title.

Eukene Larrarte of Spain and Daria Pikulik of Poland won silver and bronze respectively.