Para-cycling World Championships: Sarah Storey and Katie Toft win time trial gold
Sarah Storey won C5 time trial gold on her international return at the Para-cycling Road World Championships in Maniago, Italy.
Fourteen-time Paralympic champion Storey, 40, gave birth to her second child, Charlie, in October.
She crossed the line in a time of 18 minutes, 53.62 seconds with British team-mate Crystal Lane-Wright second.
Britain's Katie Toft also won gold in the C1 time trial while Craig Collis-McCann sealed T2 time trial silver.
There were also first road world titles for the tandem duo of Steve Bate and Adam Duggleby.
They completed the 27.2km course in 31:31.76 - beating their Dutch rivals by less than a second.
Tandem duo Lora Fachie and Corrine Hall won silver for the second year in a row in the time trial after setting a time of 35:43.38.
They were narrowly beaten by Ireland's Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal.
Ben Watson won C3 bronze to earn a time trial medal for the second road world championships in a row - finishing third in 36:50.72.
Toft's victory was enough to earn her second world title of the year having won the individual pursuit title on the track in Brazil in March.
Storey, who also has five-year-old daughter Louisa, was due to compete in March's Para-cycling Track World Championships in Rio de Janeiro before an outbreak of yellow fever in the country.
Both she, as a breastfeeding mother, and Charlie were unable to be vaccinated against the disease, so she pulled out to focus on the road season.