Becky James wins second gold

Abergavenny cyclist Becky James has won her second world title in as many days. She triumphed in the keirin, to add to the sprint gold medal she won yesterday at the Track Cycling World Championships in Minsk, Belarus.

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Becky James becomes double world champion

Becky James (centre) won her fourth medal at the track world championships. Credit: PA

Abergavenny cyclist Becky James has become a double world champion, adding gold in the women's keirin to the sprint title she won yesterday.

After cruising through to the final, the 21-year-old dominated the keirin decider at the Track Cycling World Championships in Minsk, Belarus.

Becky James goes for fourth world championship medal

Becky James became world sprint champion last night. Credit: PA

Becky James is looking to win her fourth medal of the week at the Track Cycling World Championships today.

The 21-year-old from Abergavenny won the women's sprint last night, to add to two bronzes she had already claimed.

She cruised through her Keirin heat this morning.The second round and final are this afternoon, in Minsk, Belarus.

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George North congratulates girlfriend on cycling gold

Wales winger George North took to Twitter to congratulate his girlfriend Becky James on becoming world sprint champion last night.

She triumphed at the Track Cycling World Championships, after Wales had beaten Italy in the Six Nations.

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