Amy Cure has continued her dominant run at the Melbourne 6 Day cycling event, winning all four of her races on Thursday night.
Again teaming up with Sydney 27-year-old Ashlee Ankudinoff, Cure took out the 60-lap and 70-lap madison before winning elimination and points score races off her own bat.
The North-West rider is yet to finish a race outside the top two and also won all four of her Wednesday races.
Perth's Georgia Baker enjoyed some solid results on Thursday, collecting two thirds and a fifth, while Devonport cyclist Macey Stewart took out a points score race and pedalled to two second-place madison finishes alongside Kristina Clonan.
Stewart also came third in an elimination race.
Planning your weekend in Melbourne? We’ve got a perfect night out - the @Melbourne6Day at DISC Velodrome! Friday & Saturday from 530; Sunday from 330pm - to catch the Australian Cycling team is in action! https://t.co/knotUcEPB4#aussiecycling#whatsonmelbournepic.twitter.com/GjwXfIg3HK— Cycling Australia (@CyclingAus) December 7, 2017