After winning the UK Championship at the Revolution series earlier this year, JLT Condor claimed victory in the first-ever Champions League event on Saturday evening.
The duo of Ed Clancy and Jon Mould had put themselves top of the leaderboard at the opening meet in Manchester last week, and they were in pole position after the first day of racing at the second and final event in London.
Despite pressure from the PedalSure duo of Iljo Keisse and Andy Tennant, they did enough to secure the victory, finishing on 343 points with a buffer of 13.
In the elite women's championship, Podium Ambition finished top of the standings thanks to Neah Evan's victory in the Omnium, where she beat Olympic champion Laura Kenny.
Full Results to follow
Final Standings Results
|#||Rider Name (Country) Team||Result|
|3||Maloja Pushbikers RT||234|
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