Last Updated: 05/08/12 12:35pm
Ed Clancy: Second place in 4km individual pursuit
Great Britain's Ed Clancy moved up to second place in the men's omnium after finishing second in the 4km individual pursuit.
Clancy - who sat in fourth place overnight - clocked a time of four minutes 20.853 seconds during the fourth of the six disciplines on offer, which proved 3.958sec faster than Australia's Glenn O'Shea.
Denmark's Lasse Hansen took first place in the round, stopping the clock just 0.179sec quicker than Clancy.
Those results saw Clancy climb two places in the overall standings and the 27-year-old from Huddersfield now sits level with third-placed Hansen on 19 points. Both trail new leader O'Shea by just two points.
France's Bryan Coquard - who led overnight - finished in 4:30.780, which saw him drop to fifth, and Italy's Elia Viviani also dropped two places to fourth with his time of 4:30.780.
New Zealand's Shane Archbold, who was seventh overnight, withdrew from the pursuit after 2km after suffering a puncture and was granted a restart. The 23-year-old finished in 4:26.581 to place sixth and remain seventh overall.
The men's omnium concludes tonight with the 15km scratch race and 1km time trial.
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