Another day, another medal for Southland's Erin Criglington at the World Masters Track Championships in Manchester, England.
After yesterday's gold and rainbow-winning deeds in the Individual Pursuit, Erin backed up in the Points Race this morning to win bronze in the 40-49 combined event.
With Individual Pursuit gold, time trial and scratch race silvers and a second place in the non-Championship team sprint event it has been an incredible week of racing for Criglington but she is not done yet.
Today's fifth day of competition saw husband Neil Jamieson contest the scratch race heats. Neil broke away from the bunch to finish second in his morning heat and comfortable earn a place in the evening final.
He was in a good position in the final, six laps from home but got got boxed in and ended up finishing 16th in a fast finishing final. Great ride Neil!
Tomorrow, Roger Nicholas teams with Jamieson and Colin Claxton from Auckland in the Team Sprint while Jamieson lines up in the Points race and Criglington goes in search of a fifth medal in the Sprints.