New Zealand delighted the home crowd with two gold medals on the opening day of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Track World Cup in Cambridge.
The New Zealand women's pursuit team set the standard for the rest of proceedings at the Avantidrome, nearly breaking the world record to top the podium.
They triumphed in 4min 10.705sec, only half-a-second off Britain's record set at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Australia took the silver medal in 4:12.460 and Canada finished with bronze in 4:18.169.
Olivia Podmore and Natasha Hansen then claimed gold in the women's team sprint, managing a time of 32.877 to pip Poland at the finish line by just two hundredths of a second.
Russia beat Australia to the bronze medal.
Japan dramatically won the men's team sprint event, Yudai Nitta overcoming a 0.2 second deficit in the final lap to take gold in 42.790sec.
Poland had to make do with silver after finishing in 43.236, while New Zealand were the bronze medallists ahead of Trinidad and Tobago.
Switzerland then caused an upset in the men's team pursuit, overtaking Australia to triumph in 3:50.359, with the world champions two seconds adrift.
New Zealand completed a successful day with a third place finish.
The fourth World Cup stop of the season is due to continue tomorrow with the women's madison, scratch race and sprint races, along with the men's omnium and keirin competitions.