Connor Swift sprinted to third at the Bristol GP completing a week of results to remember, as Madison Genesis took the lead in the British Cycling GP Series and individual standings with the man in form.
For a third time in succession Swift was part of the race-defining breakaway and by the final lap of the 100km race, it would come down to a sprint between four riders.
Swift took third in the four-up contest, capping eight days during which he became British Champion and won the Wales Open Criterium.
There was the added bonus of taking the team win, in what was the second round of the British Cycling GP Series.
Behind Swift’s lead group the peloton was torn apart, with only 44 finishers from 140 starters.
Tobyn Horton took fifth, George Pym eighth, Taylor Gunman ninth, Issac Mundy 13th, Erick Rowsell 15th, Rich Handley 20th and Johnny McEvoy 22nd.
That string of seven riders inside the top-20 placings was enough to elevate the team into the lead of the GP Series competition with three of five rounds remaining.
The next round takes place on Sunday 15 July, where the Stockton GP will also conclude the qualification process for the 2018 Tour of Britain.