Australia collected five medals across day two and three at the 2018 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in Rio, with a world record to Emily Petricola highlighting the performances.
Reigning world champion Amanda Reid (NSW-C2) won silver in the time trial and also grabbed fifth in the scratch race.
Simone Kennedy (NSW-C3) was fourth in the individual pursuit, while the Tandem pairing of Kieran Murphy & Pilot Lachlan Glasspool (SA) was seventh in the pursuit.
Just twenty four hours after winning the pursuit world crown, David Nicholas (QLD) was back on track to claim seventh in the C3 time trial, with Darcy Thompson (SA-C1) eighth and Gordon Allan (NSW-C2) fifth in their respective events.
What a day for Australia in Rio on Saturday with Emily Petricola (VIC) setting a World Record in qualifying for the women's C4 individual pursuit. Petricola would go on to win silver, with team mate Meg Lemon (VIC) taking the bronze.
Kyle Bridgwood (QLD) won silver in the men's C4 pursuit, with Victorians Jessica Gallagher and Maddie Janssen adding a fourth medal of the day with silver in the Tandem time trial.
Alistair Donohoe (VIC) finished fifth in the C5 individual pursuit, with the Tandem pairing of Kieran Murphy & Pilot Lachlan Glasspool (SA) sixth in the time trial.
The Championships run March 22-25 and offers the first vital opportunity for nations to grab valuable qualification points towards Tokyo 2020, with the 16-rider Australian team to vie against 200 of the world’s best from 30 countries.