Olympic-bound cyclist Njisane Phillip retained his Match Sprint title on the final night of the ProCycling US Grand Prix of Sprinting Meet at the Colorado Springs Velodrome on Sunday. In an anti-climactic finish, the German and Dutch cyclists pulled out the quarterfinals and semifinals when smoke from the ongoing wildfires in the area swept the venue.
As a result, a three-way final was staged between remaining entrants Phillip and Americans Giddeon Massie and Andy Lakatosh. Phillip won the race while Massie, the American Keirin champion, and Lakatosh grabbed second and third respectively. Meanwhile, Quincy Alexander nabbed fourth place in the Flying Lap in a time of 17.8.