Bruce Croall set a new Scottish record when he won the kilo title on the fourth and final day of the Scottish Cycling National Track Championships.

The City of Edinburgh Racing Club rider protected the distance in one minute 3. 616 seconds to beat Glasgow Lifetime Track Cycling Team’s Kenny Ayre.

Sandy Wallace Cycles’ Silas Goldsworthy pipped Ben Peacock of Paisley Velo to the 4km men’s individual pursuit title.

Katie Archibald added to her medal haul this season within the 3km women’s pursuit.

The Glaswegian, who has joined British Cycling’s school programme and
who gained gold with Team GB on the European Championships this month , was representing City of Edinburgh REMOTE CONTROL and proved too fast for Ould – Turvey of Tyneside Vagabonds and Louise Borthwick of Edinburgh Road Club.

Her winning time had been three minutes 42. 635 secs.

Archibald will now turn her attention to the
Track World Mug in Manchester next weekend.

Goldsworthy and Peacock hope to represent Scotland at the Commonwealth Games next year and they pushed one another tough in their battle for the individual pursuit title.

Peacock, the reigning champion, beat the Scottish record within qualifying with a new personal best of three minutes 35. 526 seconds.

But only five minutes later Edinburgh’s Goldsworthy, originally from Stranraer, lowered the record by a further two hundredths of a second.

When the pair went head to head in the final, Goldsworthy gained in four minutes 35. 987 seconds. In the bronze medal competition Gavin Murty (The Racers) raced to victory over Alistair Rutherford (Wheelbase Altura MGD).

Goldsworthy told Scottish Cycling: “I am delighted to be able to walk away with a Scottish title, knowing that the Commonwealth Games are taking place here in just over 9 months. Hopefully the crowed liked it too. “

Edinburgh RC’s Ben Forsyth received the Friend Chris Hoy Trophy, which is awarded the most promising track cyclist.