Track cyclist Harrie Lavreysen has won the sprint classification of the Champions League.

The reigning world and Olympic champion finished first in the sprint at the fourth and final competition in London.

Lavreysen was second on the keirin.

In the final standings, Lavreysen ended up with 147 points.

The German Stefan Bötticher was second with 133 points.

Jeffrey Hoogland, the other Dutch participant in the competition series, was absent from London.

He is the partner of Shanne Braspennincx, who, like teammate Laurine van Riessen, tested positive for the corona virus and was therefore unable to participate in London.

Hoogland himself had not tested positive, but was advised not to travel to London.

Hoogland came in eleventh place in the standings with 47 points.

Roy Eefting won the scratch in the endurance events and the Dutchman finished third in the elimination race.

Eefting moved up to eighth place in the standings for the endurance events.

The four winners of the Champions League, with second from the left Harrie Lavreijsen.

The four winners of the Champions League, with second from the left Harrie Lavreijsen.

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Wild finishes second in endurance events

Kirsten Wild secured second place in the final standings in the endurance events.

The 39-year-old cyclist, who will stop after this year, finished fifth on the scratch and second on the elimination race.

Wild collected a total of 100 points.

Britain's Katie Archibald won by 145 points.

The women's sprint championship was won by Germany's Emma Hinze.

The match in London was the last of the Champions League series that was organized for the first time this year.

The last meeting next week in Israel has been canceled due to the rising corona figures.