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Canada adds silver in team pursuit to cycling World Cup medal haul

Canada won silver in the men’s team pursuit at the track cycling World Cup on Sunday, in Milton, Ont.

Men's quartet sets Canadian record of 3:58.359 en route to podium

Jay Lamoureuz, Michael Foley, Derek Gee and Adam Jamieson won silver for Canada at the cycling World Cup in Milton, Ont. on Sunday. Earlier in the day the quartet set a new Canadian record of 3.58.359 en route to the podium. (Twitter/TWC Milton)

Canada won silver in the men's team pursuit at the track cycling World Cup on Sunday, in Milton, Ont.  

Jay Lamoureuz, Derek Gee, Adam Jamieson and local boy Michael Foley powered Canada to second place (3:59.982) behind New Zealand (3:59.000).

Earlier in the day, the quartet set a Canadian record of 3:58.359 en route to the podium.

The Canadian men fell to New Zealand in the gold medal race at the World Cup event in Milton, Ontario. 6:34

The United States (4.05.025) defeated Switzerland for bronze.

In the men's sprint Hugo Barrette nearly captured another medal for Canada but was unable to overcome Jack Carlin of Great Britain who took bronze.

In the gold medal race, Jeffrey Hoogland of the Netherlands swept Ethan Mitchell of New Zealand.

It has been a successful event for Canada, which captured four medals during the three day event. On Saturday, the quartet of Ariane Bonhomme, Kinley Gibson, Annie Foreman-Mackey, and Allison Beveridge took gold in the women's team pursuit event.

Shortly after, Beveridge added an individual medal after placing second in the women's omnium.

Jasmin Duehring got the haul started with a silver in the points race on Friday. 

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