Aaron Gate earned his fourth gold medal of the 2022 Oceania Track Cycling Championships ©Michael Shippley

New Zealand’s Aaron Gate and Ally Wollaston earned their fourth gold medals of the Oceania Track Cycling Championships as competition ended at the Anna Meares Velodrome in Brisbane.

Gate had won the men’s points race event on the opening day of competition, before clinching individual pursuit and scratch titles.

His successful week concluded with success in the men’s four event omnium, which featured scratch, tempo, elimination and points races.

Gate finished the points race, the final discipline, with a winning total of 171 to clinch his fourth gold of the continental championships.

His team-mate George Jackson ended as the runner-up on 136 points, with Australia’s Graeme Frislie third on 133.

Wollaston triumphed in the women’s omnium competition, after securing 143 points across the four events.

The result added to her triumphs in the women’s team pursuit, madison and scratch race competitions.

Bryony Botha completed a New Zealand one-two by finishing on 134 points, with Australia’s Sophie Edwards third with 125.

New Zealand’s success continued with Ellesse Andrews, Rebecca Petch and Olivia King winning the women’s team sprint in an Oceania Track Championships record of 47.589 seconds.

Kristina Clonan, Alessia McCaig and Breanna Hargrave finished second in the gold medal ride in 48.225.

Kalinda Robinson, Molly McGill and Jacqui Mengler-Mohr won an all-Australian bronze medal race by achieving a time of 49.855.

Ally Wollaston won the women's omnium event for her fourth gold of the Oceania Championships ©Michael Shippley
Ally Wollaston won the women's omnium event for her fourth gold of the Oceania Championships ©Michael Shippley

The men’s team sprint competition saw Australia’s Thomas Cornish, Matthew Richardson and Matthew Glaetzer secure a dominant victory.

The trio finished in a winning time of 42.629, ending with a 1.99 second cushion over New Zealand’s Sam Darkin, Bradly Knipe and Patrick Clancy.

Australia’s John Trovas, Sam Gallagher and James Brister were bronze medallists in 43.887.

Paralympic individual pursuit races were also held on the final day.

Australia’s Amanda Reid, Paige Greco and Meg Lemon triumphed in the women’s C2, C3 and C4 events respectively, while New Zealand’s Nicole Murray secured the C5 title.

Darren Hicks, Kyle Willis and Alistair Donohoe of Australia secured men’s C2, C3 and C5 individual pursuit gold medals.

New Zealand’s Devon Briggs won the C4 event.

Australia’s tandem pairing of Candice Kennedy and Kelly Fettes also triumphed.

New Zealand’s Joel Douglas and Australia’s Meg Marker secured the men’s and women’s under-19 omnium gold medals, while Australia secured both team sprint titles.

The combined Oceania Cycling Championships will continue on Friday (April 8) with BMX events.