Francois Pervis, who with Kevin Sireau won the team sprint on Friday, claimed the 1km time trial and Sireau beat Germany’s Sebastian Doehrer in the individual sprint final.
Clara Sanchez won the women's keirin with Britain’s Becky James claiming bronze.
France took four golds in total while New Zealand claimed two with the remaining five titles split between five countries.
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Canada’s Tara Whitten won the women’s omnium and Russia's claimed the men’s points race on Sunday while Samuel Harrison proved Great Britain’s omnium strength in depth by taking gold in the absence of world champion Ed Clancy on Sunday.
The 18-year-old from Wales was placed second overnight in the 2008 Olympic host city but claimed victory after finishes of second, tenth and second in the individual pursuit, scratch race and time trial respectively to amass a total of 28 points.
Clancy scooped gold at last year’s World Championships and won gold at the most recent World Cup in Cali, Colombia but Great Britain opted to send a youthful squad to Beijing with Manchester hosting the fourth and final leg of the series next month.
But Clancy was not missed in the Chinese capital as Harrison won ahead of Beijing Olympian Zachary Bell of Canada, who collected 30 points while bronze went to Germany’s Roger Kluse.
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