Cyclist Joanne Kiesanowski is ranked 11th out of 18 competitors at the half-way stage of the women's omnium.
The New Zealander placed 16th in the flying lap, seventh in the points race and seventh in the elimination race on Monday.
The omnium is made up of six track cycling disciplines.
Britain's Laura Trott is leading the competition, followed by Sarah Hammer of the United States.
The final three disciplines - the individual pursuit, the scratch race and the time trial - will be held on Tuesday.
Great Britain's domination of the velodrome continued with Jason Kenny winning the men's sprint title.
It's the fifth cycling gold for the British.