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Knight took bronze while Germany’s Mieke Kroger and Franziska Brausse took gold and silver respectivelyVenue: Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, Glasgow Dates: 21-24 AprilCoverage: Watch on BBC Sport website & app

Josie Knight won bronze on her injury return but Great Britain’s Katie Archibald was involved in a bad crash at the Track Nations Cup in Glasgow.

GB’s Knight was third in the individual pursuit just five weeks after breaking her elbow, pipping Wales’ Anna Morris.

But two-time Olympic champion Archibald crashed during the omnium points race while leading the multi-race event.

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The Scot took a heavy fall, was treated by the side of the track but was able to walk away from the incident.

UCI Track Nations Cup: Katie Archibald crashes during omnium points race

Archibald, 28, had won two of the three previous omnium events, the tempo race and elimination race, in front of a vocal home crowd but ultimately had to retire.

She is due to to ride the madison with Neah Evans on Sunday.

Knight took bronze in the individual pursuit in a time of three minutes 27.561 seconds to beat Morris by nearly half a second.

“I’m absolutely delighted,” the 25-year-old said. “I said on Thursday that I wasn’t expecting much.

“I wasn’t expecting to even be here two weeks ago.”

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