Baanwielrenner Harrie Lavreysen Sunday at the world cup in London gold captured on the sprint. The bronze in this part was claimed by Jeffrey Hoogland.
The 21-year-old Lavreysen was in the final too strong for world champion Matthew Glaetzer. De Brabander troefde the Australian in two heats.
For Lavreysen is the second wereldbekerzege on the sprint in his career. Last season, yet he is in Manchester also on this discipline. The Dutchman picked up earlier this season both in Paris and in the Canadian Milton silver on sprint.
Last Friday won Lavreysen, Matthijs Then, and Roy van den Berg also all the teamsprint, the part to which the Netherlands this year, at both European and world champion.
Hoogland counted in the battle for the bronze with Jack Carlin. The 25-year-old rider from Nijverdal defeated the Brit in three heats.
The Dutch baanwielrenners conquered this weekend in London four times gold. In addition to the victories of Lavreysen and the teamsprinters won Matthijs Then, the keirin and was Kirsten Wild in the women scored the most points in the omnium.