Britain's cyclists delivered stunning rides to deliver six more medals on the penultimate day.
Corrine Hall and Sophie Thornhill collected their second golds of the competition in the time trial, beating team-mates Aileen McGlynn and Louise Haston who finished second with Helen Scott and Alison Patrick taking bronze.
Jon Gildea won silver on day two but went one better in the C5 individual pursuit to become world champion for the first time.
Matt Rotherham and James Ball had only been training together since the beginning of January, and they produced a special performance to win gold in the tandem time trial.
Neil Fachie watched wife Lora earn silver on day two for Britain and managed the same feat riding with pilot Craig MacLean, finishing runners-up to their compatriots.
COMING UP: Britain's stars will be competing for more medals on the final day of the world track championships - we'll have a LIVE stream on our website from 5pm GMT.
Bring on more silverware!