The Netherlands took the first world title of the evening in the women's Scratch Race, their first gold medal of these championships. Kirsten Wild won the rainbow jersey. The final title of the night went to Germany's Kristina Vogel
"This is my first World Championships," stated Wiasak, "I have never even won a national championship, so it is fantastic to get a World title.
Russia's Anastasia Voynova took gold after finishing in the bronze medal position last year, while world record holder Anna Meares of Australia retained silver, and defending champion Miriam Welte of Germany dropped to bronze. UCI ©Guy Swarbrick
The 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships opened in St-Quentin-en-Yveline, France, on Wednesday with a world record time set, plus a win for the host nation.
The staging of the world championships in the Lee Valley VeloPark at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park