Kate Richardson became women’s individual pursuit champion for the first time with a hugely impressive ride on day two of the British Track Cycling Championships, which are taking place in Manchester.

In the IP final, the 21-year-old from Glasgow was up against Frankie Hall, with Richardson having already picked up one national title on day one of the event in the women’s team pursuit.

And the Scot, who was heavy favourite after the qualifying rounds, was the aggressor from the off, creating a one second lead after just one lap of the final.

She steadily increased that lead to catch Hall with just over one lap to go to take gold.

Fin Graham also put in an extremely impressive performance, winning gold in the men’s C3 individual pursuit in a new national record.

Jenny Holl, who won gold in the women’s scratch race on day one of this event, added a silver to her tally for the weekend when she piloted Sophie Unwin to second place in the women individual pursuit para B race.

The highlight of the final day of the event from a Scottish perspective will be the appearance of Neah Evans, with the two-time world champion going for gold in the women’s points race.