Katie Archibald is top of the women's endurance standings in the Champions League ©Getty Images

Britain's Katie Archibald claimed wins in the women's scratch and elimination races on the second leg of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Track Champions League, taking place in Panevežys in Lithuania.

The two-time Olympic champion put herself top of the endurance rankings, having held off Canadian Maggie Coles-Lyster for the victory in the scratch.

Japan's Yumi Kajihara claimed bronze in front of Annette Edmondson of Australia, Norwegian Anita Yvonne Stenberg and Kirsten Wild of The Netherlands.

The Scot did the double later in the elimination race, outlasting Stenberg for the gold medal, while Silvia Zanardi of Italy took bronze ahead of Coles-Lyster.

Edmondson completed the top five, followed by American rider Kendall Ryan and Lithuania's Olivija Baleisyte.

Lea Friedrich led a German one-two in the women's keirin final in front of her team mate Emma Hinze to capture the gold.

Canadian Kelsey Mitchell won bronze and Martha Bayona Pineda of Colombia was fourth.

Hinze would win a gold of her own in the women's sprint, beating Lauriane Genest of Canada in the final with a time of 11.101sec.

Olena Starikova of Ukraine and Mexican Yuli Verdugo finished third.

In the men's keirin, Harrie Lavreysen was first in front of his Dutch compatriot Jeffrey Hoogland to claim the victory.

Germany's Stefan Bötticher was third in front of France's Rayan Helal.

Lavreysen then denied Trinidad and Tobago's Nicholas Paul his first Champions League win in the men's sprint final, with the Dutchman now top of the men's sprint standings and Hinze top of the women's sprint, with respective 18 point gaps back to Bötticher and Friedrich.

Spain's Sebastian Mora claimed victory in the men's scratch in front of Britain's Rhys Britton and American Gavin Hoover.

Kelland O'Brien of Australia and Swiss rider Claudio Imhof completed the top five.

In the men's elimination race, Mora added a second win too, this time beating Aaron Gate of New Zealand to the line.

O'Brien was third and Italian Michele Scartezzini was fourth.