T&T's trio of Nicholas Paul, Quincy Alexander and Kwesi Brown failed to medal in the individual sprints of this weekend's UCI Cycling World Cup in Milton, Canada.
Both Paul and Alexander qualified out of the flying 200 metres yesterday, but Paul, after being paired with Spaniard Sanchez Moreno, was booted out in the 1\16 round of the qualifiers after only the first ride.
However, Alexander, who came into the team as a replacement for either Njisane Philip or Kerron Bramble, defeated his opponent Jair Tjon En Far of Suriname in the 1/16 round to advance to the quarter-final round.
Alexander later failed to progress further as he was beaten by Vasilijus Lendel of Lithuanian.
Earlier on Saturday, Brown missed out on a chance to be among the top finishers in the keirin event.
Brown first progressed from heat two with a second-place finish behind Thailand’s Jai Ansgsuthasawit, which earned him qualification to the second round.
There Brown again showed his worth by clinching the fifth position in heat one that qualified him to compete for 7-12. But Brown finished fourth in that ride for an overall 12th position in the event.
The eventual gold medal in 1-6 final ride, was won by Germany's Joachim Eilers in a time of 10.091.