Track World Cup: Lewis Oliva takes bronze in the men's keirin

Great Britain's Lewis Oliva won his second medal at the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Guadalajara, Mexico, with bronze in the men's keirin.

Welshman Oliva, 21, part of the trio that finished third in the men's team sprint on day one, was promoted after several disqualifications.

Jon Dibben ended day one of the men's omnium in first position after three of the six events.

Olympic and team pursuit champion Dani King is fourth in the women's omnium.

A youthful British squad have now won three bronze medals in Mexico.

Victoria Williamson, 20, and 18-year-old debutant Dannielle Khan emulated the men with a sprint bronze on day one.

The third and final round of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup ends on Sunday night with the conclusion of the men's and women's omnium events plus the men's sprint and Madison, and the women's keirin.