Australia's Matthew Richardson completed a sprint double at Birmingham 2022 with a gold-medal winning performance in the men's sprint final.

Richardson was part of his nation's team sprint squad that beat England to gold on Friday night and completed the double with a 2-0 win over Trinidad and Tobago's Nicholas Paul in the individual event.

Richardson secured victory in race one by a narrow margin before dominating race two to come home by more than half a second to claim his second gold of the Games.

Scotland's Jack Carlin was awarded the bronze medal after Matthew Glaetzer of Australia was relegated for knocking into him in their final-race shootout.

Australia enjoyed more success on the track as Kristina Clonan set a new Games record to claim gold in the women's 500m time trial.

Clonan was the last cyclist to go and pipped Canada's Kelsey Mitchell by just 0.060 seconds in a time of 33.234sec.

England's Sophie Capewell completed the podium.

There was yet more Australian glory in the women's points race.

Georgia Baker's 50 points was more than enough to take gold ahead of Neah Evans of Scotland, who finished with 36 points.

Wales' Eluned King won bronze with total of 32.

In the men's scratch race, New Zealand's Corbin Strong was part of a group to pull clear and secure gold.

John Archibald of Scotland held on for silver with the bronze going to Wales' William Roberts.

James Ball of Wales won the men's Tandem B sprint with a 2-0 victory over Neil Fachie of Scotland.

Beau Wootton of Australia took the bronze with a 2-0 win of his own over Wales' Alex Pope.

And there was a fourth gold of the day for Australia in the women's Tandem B 1000m time trial.

Jessica Gallagher won her second gold of the Games with a time of 1:07.138 ahead of England's Sophie Unwin and Scotland's Aileen McGlynn.