It was a double-medal day for Coquitlam's Jasmin Glaesser in Melbourne, Australia.
The cyclist kicked off the world track cycling championships on Wednesday by anchoring the Canadian women's team in its bronze medal finish in the team pursuit.
Later in the day, she pedaled her way to silver in the women's 25-kilometre point race.
The 19-year-old racer joined Canadian teammates Gillian Carleton and Tara Whitten in edging out New Zealand with a finish time of 3: 19.529.
Glaesser followed that with a tremendous run in the women's point race. In the fourth sprint, she placed second, then topped the fifth sprint portion with a strong flurry that put her at the top.
By lapping the competition she also gained the maximum points and pulled into a tie with Russia's Anastasia Chulkova that lasted until the final sprint.
"Every time you come to [a] worlds championship this is an amazing opportunity," said Glaesser in a press release.
"It definitely took a few laps to get into the groove (in the points race), having raced two team pursuits earlier in the day.
"I was certainly tired, but having been on the podium just before the race, there was a little bit of adrenaline in the system, and that helped out."
Success on international tracks is nothing new for the first-year national team member. At the Pan American Games in Mexico last October, she was part of the women's team that established a new Pan Am record, en route to the gold medal.
She also earned podium positions at the World Cup event in London.
"I am really proud to have been a part of the women's team pursuit here at the World championships in Melbourne," said Glaesser.
"We were up against some tough competition but kept our focus entirely on producing the best ride that we could.
"Of course there is room for improvement, not just in placing, but in our execution and technique as well."
In her first year on the national team, the Terry Fox Secondary alumna and current Simon Fraser University student has posted some impressive times on the international cycling tour.
Her run of success followed her receiving her Canadian citizenship last year.
In February the German-born racer placed fifth in her qualifying heat at the UCI World Cup circuit race, and she finished 13th last December in her first World Cup event.