Welsh cyclist Becky James has won Great Britain's first medal of the 2014 Track Cycling World Championships alongside Jess Varnish.
The pair claimed third in the women's team sprint to rescue a poor day for Britain, after the men's team pursuit and team sprint squads failed to advance to their respective medal ride-offs.
James won medals in all four of her events in Minsk in 2013, including two golds and bronze in the team sprint, and has started off in the same vein 12 months on.
Sam Harrison and Owain Doull finished a lowly eighth - Britain's worst result in at least 15 years - in the four-man, four-kilometre event.
They raced alongside Ed Clancy and Jon Dibben.
Abergavenny's Becky James has finished fifth in the keirin final at the Track Cycling World Cup in Glasgow this afternoon. German rider Kristina Vogel won gold.
Becky James' strong form at the Track Cycling World Cup shows no sign of stopping. The 20-year-old from Abergavenny, who won the first gold in Glasgow in the team sprint on Friday night, cruised through the first round of the keirin this morning, and will compete for the medals again this afternoon.
Last night, James won a bronze medal in the individual sprint. She was beaten by fellow Briton Jess Varnish - her partner to win the team sprint on Friday - in the solo semi-final. The Welsh cyclist then proved too strong for Hong Kong's Lee Wai Sze in the bronze ride-off. Varnish won silver.
Welsh cyclists have already won two gold medals at the Track Cycling World Cup in Glasgow.
20-year-old Becky James from Abergavenny and her partner Jess Varnish held off their Spanish counterparts to claim the women's team sprint.
18-year-old Elinor Barker managed to repeat the feat in the women's team pursuit. She and teammates Laura Trott and Dani King overpowered the Australian trio to win by a second.