Jennifer Valente of the United States won the women's endurance event in London ©Getty Images

Katie Archibald of Britain settled for second place in the women's endurance event after Jennifer Valente of the United States beat her to it with 161 points.

The 2022 International Cycling Union (UCI) Track Champions League in London saw Archibald finish third in the scratch behind Chloe Moran of Australia and Sarah van Dam of Canada, who finished first and second respectively.

While she won the final elimination race ahead of Valente, 158 points were not enough to retain the title for Archibald.

Maggie Coles-Lyster of Canada took bronze with 110.

Switzerland's Claudio Imhof became champion in the men’s endurance with 125 points, and Spain's Sebastian Mora settled for silver.

Britain’s Mark Stewart won the scratch race today to finish third in 115.

The sprint title among women was bagged by Germany's Mathilde Gros, who amassed 140 points.

She even won the final sprint race in London to pip Kelsey Mitchell of Canada on 127 and Shanne Braspennincx of The Netherlands on 122 to claim silver and bronze respectively.

With a massive 183 points, Birmingham 2022 gold medallist Matthew Richardson of Australia claimed the men’s sprint title.

Short by two points, Harrie Lavreysen of The Netherlands bagged silver and Stefan Botticher of Germany took bronze with 136 points.