Meyer on top of world
AUSTRALIA’S Cameron Meyer has comfortably defended his world title in the men’s points race at the track cycling world championships in the Netherlands.
“Fifth points race world title, it was a hard one, but I’m very happy,” he said.
The 30-year-old won with a total of 70 points, ahead of hometown hope Jan Willem van Schip and Great Britain’s Mark Stewart in third.
The 22-year-old Scot twice took a lap on the field as he piled up 49 points, edging out King Lok Cheung.