Olympian Steph Morton has taken home her first ever gold medal at a UCI Track Cycling World Cup.
The 28-year-old already had a memorable 2018 in the bag with three golds and one silver medals from the Commonwealth Games in April.
Morton started the 2018/19 World Cup series off with five medals across six events in the opening two rounds.
During those two World Cup rounds, she was able to make two personal bests times with a flying 200m and a new Australian Record with Kaarle McCulloch in the team sprint.
Morton, who also celebrated her birthday a few days before the race, beat Anastasiia Voinova (Russia) and Olena Starikova (Ukraine) to claim the individual sprint gold in the third round of the World Cup held in Berlin.
Break through moment for @StephMorton28 winning World Cup gold overnight in Berlin in the Individual Sprint. Her first World Cup win! Massive Congratulations Steph! 👏🏻🙌🏻 🥇— Anna Meares (@AnnaMeares) December 1, 2018
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Morton also had another stunning 200m Time Trial run, finishing in 10.48.
The next round of the World Cup is set for London from December 14 and 16.