The Netherlands' Wim Stroetinga and Yoeri Havik took the overall victory at the London Six Day on Sunday, overturning overnight leaders Chris Latham and Andy Tennant of Great Britain, who slipped to fourth in the final standings.
It took the Dutch duo until the final event of the six-day meeting – the Madison chase – to top the standings, proving victorious over Australia's Kell O'Brien and Leigh Howard, and German pair Theo Reinhardt and Roger Kluge in third.
In the women's overall standings, Georgia Baker led home an Australian 1-2-3, beating Ashlee Ankudinoff and Kristina Clonan, while Britain's Emily Nelson was the best of the rest in fourth place.
Germany's Max Levy topped the sprinters' classification, ahead of compatriot Robert Förstemann and Australia's Shane Perkins, with the latter now representing Russia in competition.
Click or swipe through our selection of images of the action and personalities involved in this year's London Six Day.
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