Laura Kenny tuned up for next month's World Championships with Madison gold at the Track World Cup to kick-start a massive 2020.
The four-time Olympic champion partnered Neah Evans in Canada and the pair stopped the clock in 11m24.23s to take top spot ahead of Belgium and USA.
It’s the perfect start to a big year for Kenny, with the World Championships in Berlin starting on February 26.
After that, all roads lead to the Olympics and Kenny is hoping to compete in the team pursuit, multi-task omnium and Madison events in Tokyo.
The 27-year-old could add to her Madison gold in Milton when she goes for the women’s omnium title on Sunday night.
British team-mate Ethan Hayter finished fourth in the men’s omnium.