Kenny, who claimed a 13th Euro gold medal on Thursday in the team pursuit, took silver in the omnium, an event won by home favourite Kirsten Wild.

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Wild, already a gold medallist in the elimination race, led after three events and held off the charge of Kenny - who had won the scratch race before finishing 10th and third in the tempo and elimination races - in the points race, winning the omnium by two points to double up at her home championships on in Apeldoorn after taking gold in the elimination.
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“I’m a bit disappointed to be honest, I always race to win so anything less than that and I’m not happy! But fair play to Kirsten - she had a great race today. I’m looking forward to getting back to the hotel now, and getting my focus set on Sunday’s Madison,” Kenny told British Cycling.
Earlier on Friday, Archibald emerged from her individual pursuit bronze medal final with her second medal of the championships having raced alongside Kenny in the team pursuit.
Ireland’s Kelly Murphy held a 0.3 second lead at the halfway stage but Archibald, a four-time European Individual Pursuit champion, reeled the Irishwoman in to prevail by 1.3 seconds, albeit with a time that was four seconds slower than her qualifying effort.
The all-German final saw Franziska Brausse defeat Lisa Brennauer to win a first medal at European level.

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Elsewhere, Anastasia Voinova added individual sprint to her team sprint gold, sweeping Olena Starikova of Ukraine in the final, while in the men’s discipline Jeffrey Hoogland beat Netherlands team-mate and world champion Harrie Lavreysen to gold with Poland’s Mateusz Rudyk claiming bronze.

Jeffrey Hoogland holds off Harrie Lavreysen to take sprint

Ollie Wood took the medal count for British Cycling up to eight when he secured bronze in the men’s omnium.

Ollie Wood holds on for bronze in Omnium as Benjamin Thomas takes gold

Fourth places in the tempo and elimination races coupled with a fifth in the scratch race saw the 23-year-old in third going into the deciding points race, and he rode a canny race – riding the wheel of silver medallist Lasse Norman Hansen in the final couple of laps – to add another bronze to the one he won alongside Ethan Hayter, Charlie Tanfield and Ed Clancy in the team pursuit. Benjamin Thomas, who won silver at the worlds in Pruszków, Poland in March, took gold.
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