Men’s flying 200-metre world record holder Nicholas Paul continued his dominance of the international track cycling circuit when he powered to a historic Commonwealth Games gold medal in the keirin event at Lee Valley VeloPark in Stratford, London on Saturday.

In the process, Paul became Trinidad and Tobago’s first cyclist to win gold at the quadrennial meet in 56 years; the last being a brazen double-gold performance in the men’s 1km time trial and sprint events by Roger Gibbon, at the 1966 edition in Kingston, Jamaica.

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Author: Jonathan Ramnanansingh