Within a month of being named among the Australian Cycling Team's Podium Potential Academy, Launceston riders Lauren Perry and Josh Duffy have claimed national titles.
Both took out the elite scratch races on the final day of the Australian Track Championships at the Anna Meares Velodrome in Brisbane.
The Launceston City Cycling Club members had also both medalled in other races as Tasmania's small but punchy team of seven riders kept the state on the national track cycling map.
Duffy, 20, won the silver medal in the elite men's time trial and was a member of the silver-medal-winning team pursuit quartet while Perry, 24, claimed bronze in the elite women's individual pursuit.
Both also finished eighth in the points races.
"So glad to be back on the boards," Perry wrote on Instagram.
So glad to be back on the boardsLauren Perry
The former multiple junior track world champion also won the recent national virtual track challenge individual pursuit with a five-second personal best.
Brisbane-born Duffy had been a regular member of state junior teams before his breakout victory in the 2016 Devonport Wheel and last year became the first rider in the modern era to retain the Launceston Wheel.
Devonport's Patty Best had a sensational championship, returning home with four national titles.
Best won the men's para M4 1000m time trial and doubled up with a personal best time in the 4000m individual pursuit.
On the penultimate day of the titles, he won the M4 section of the scratch race and then combined in the team sprint to win his second gold medal of the day.
Best rode anchor for his combined three-man team, doing a great job in the heats and final. Despite setting several personal best times, Best said he would like to have gone faster to qualify for upcoming world championships.
Coached by Matt Gilmore, the team also included Amy Wright, Will Eaves, Jack Menzies and Dalton Stretton.
U19 women's points race, Amy Wright 14th; U19 men's individual pursuit, Jack Menzies 5th, Dalton Stretton 6th, Will Eaves 12th; U19 women's omnium, Amy Wright 12th; U19 men's omnium, Dalton Stretton 9th, Jack Menzies 10th, Will Eaves 16th; U19 men's 1000m time trial Jack Menzies 6th, Dalton Stretton 10th, Will Eaves 13th; U19 women's keirin Amy Wright 9th; U19 women's scratch race, Amy Wright 16th; U19 men's scratch race, Jack Menzies 8th, Dalton Stretton 14th, Will Eaves 15th; elite men's team pursuit, Jack Menzies, Dalton Stretton, Will Eaves, Josh Duffy 2nd