Trinidad and Tobago cyclist Nicholas Paul produced another dominant performance to win gold in the men’s sprint at the Pan American Elite Track Cycling Championships.
The 23-year-old beat his training partner Jair En of Suriname in two straight rides to take the top spot on the podium.
Paul has now won three gold medals at the Championship in Lima, Peru.
He teamed up with Zion Pulido and Kwesi Browne to win gold in the team sprint on Wednesday.
Paul then won gold in the keirin on Thursday night before completing the golden hat-trick on Saturday with victory in the men’s sprint.
In addition, Teneil Campbell won her second medal at the championship on Saturday, when she took silver in the individual pursuit.
The 24-year-old also won a bronze medal in the elimination race.
Trinidad and Tobago has won six medals at the Pan Am Championships.
Teneil’s older brother Akil Campbell won a bronze medal in the scratch race.
Paul’s success follows his recent triumphs at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham where he won three medals.
He won gold in the keirin, silver in the sprint, and bronze in the time trial.
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