LONDON (AP) -- British cycling star Chris Hoy won the sprint at the Track World Cup on Sunday, giving the London Olympic Velodrome crowd another glimpse of the scenes they hope to see at this year's Summer Games.
Hoy followed up his victory in Saturday's kierin with a 2-0 win over Maximilian Levy. He overpowered the German on the home straightaway in the first race and kept his line in the second under severe pressure on the back straight.
The four-time Olympic champion was roared on as the four-day test event at the new 6,000-seat arena drew to a close.
Britain's team pursuit squad took the silver behind Australia. The Aussies -- with Jack Bobridge, Rohan Dennis, Alex Edmondson and Michael Hepburn -- also clinched the overall World Cup title with the second-fastest time ever.