Australian cyclist Amy Cures fruitful return to cycling winning two gold at Track World Cup in Colombia

Annette Edmondson and Amy Cure celebrate Gold & Silver at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games                 Source: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images Europe)

Tasmanian track cyclist Amy Cure has claimed gold at the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup with the Australian women’s team, alongside Alex Manly, Ashlee Ankudinoff and Rebecca Wiasak.

The team crossed the line in 3:59.475 ahead of Italy with Canada taking the bronze.

In a matter of hours, Cure returned to the top of the podium as she took out her second gold medal in the women’s points race ahead of Sarah Hammer (USA) and Simona Frapporti (Italy).

The return to competitive cycling comes after Cure was involved with other riders in a high-speed training crash just three days out from competition in Rio last year.

Cure is setting good pace in her pursuit to the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in April 2018.

For all the updates from the Track Cycling World Cup, click here

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