With a balance of one Gold and two Silver medals, the recent days of the Berlin 2020 World Track Championship ended.

The American Chloe Dygert beat the Individual Persecution test by defeating the German Lisa Brennauer in the final and implanting a new world record of 3: 16,937, previously during the qualifying phase she broke her old world record, 3: 20,060 achieved in 2018, and recorded 3: 17,283.

The other medals were paid by the Mexican world record player Jessica Salazar in the 500 Time Trial by stopping the clock at 33,154 only surpassed by the German Lea Sophie Friedrich who scored 33,121 and the American Ashton Lambie in the Individual Pursuit for men who succumbed in the discussion of the title in front of the Italian world recordist Filippo Ganna.

The last day of this championship is scheduled for Sunday, the last scoring event for the ranking ranking with a view to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.