The New Zealand men's pursuit team have qualified for tonight's gold medal ride at the inaugural Track Cycling World Cup meet in Cambridge.
The world champions Pieter Bulling, Alex Frame, and Regan Gough, with young Nick Kergozou, easily beat Denmark by more than five seconds to qualify for tonight's final, when they'll face Australia.
The national women's team pursuit were convincingly beaten by Australia in the semi-finals, also by more than five seconds, and they'll now ride off for bronze this evening against the Americans.
There's another gold medal on the line for New Zealand tonight, with the men's sprint team facing Germany again in the final.
Ethan Mitchell, Sam Webster and Eddie Dawkins were narrowly pipped in the heats on the opening night but were just a quarter of a second off the Germans in qualifying.
Webster's also won his Kierin heat to reach the next round. Fellow national rep Simon van Velthooven was knocked out in his Kierin repechage.