Jason Kenny missed out on a medal in the men’s keirin on the final day of the UCI Track World Cup in Glasgow.

Farnworth’s Olympic great looked strong as he made it through to the deciding race but once there he was caught out of position at the back and forced into a long effort which he could not sustain to the line.

France's Sebastian Vigier took gold, Kenny having been knocked out in the quarter-finals of the men’s sprint on Saturday.

"I was caught napping a bit when the (derny) pulled off and ended up dead last, which is a disaster because it's not a long race," said the 31-year-old.

"I was forced into (going long). The race dictated when I went. But the whole weekend has been massively positive.

"We're chipping away... It's a massive step up from last year and hopefully now we can build on it."