Tasmanians donned their capes and owned the track at Adelaide’s Super-Drome on Friday night.
But Launceston cyclist Georgia Baker flew faster than any of them in the women’s elite omnium final.
In a stunning ride, Baker took out gold in a Tassie trio of top-five finishes during day three of the Oceania track championships.
The 24-year-old’s stunning form at the titles continued on, strengthening the lead throughout each of the four 20 km points race rounds.
Baker finished the 80 kilometres on the track with 131 points ahead Adelaide hometrack favourite Annette Edmondson on 117 points and Sydneysider Ashlee Ankudinoff on 115.
It was a reversal of results from 24 hours earlier in the women’s scratch race and a fourth medal for Baker that included a second gold after the win in the team pursuit with Macey Stewart.
Tasmanians followed their state leader when TIS Racing Team’s Kristina Clonan crossed the line fourth on 96 points and Devonport’s Stewart not far behind on 93 points.