Jody Cundy secured his 13th world title on a magnificent second day for British Cycling which also saw Jon Gildea earn a silver medal.
The 38-year-old Cundy achieved a time of 1:05.614 in the C4 1km time trial to make it two golds for GB in the competition after Corrine Hall and Sophie Thornhill's exploits on day one in the tandem pursuit.
It's nine track world championship kilo titles in a row for Cundy who came into the competition on the back of two golds at the Paralympics.
I'm getting too old for this! It's certainly not getting any easier, but massively proud to pull on the rainbow stripes again. https://t.co/FX293kIJts— Jody Cundy OBE (@jodycundy) 4 March 2017
Team-mate Jon Gildea bounced back from missing out on Rio selection by finishing second in the C5 1km time trial, matching his 2016 world championship result.
COMING UP: Can British Cycling continue their momentum? Updates from day three will be across Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as they go in search of more medals, with the action beginning on Saturday at 6pm GMT.