Andrew Tennant finished fourth as a crash marred the finale of the Leicester Castle Classic on Sunday.
Gabriel Cullaigh sprinted to victory with Rob Scott completing a one-two for Team Wiggins in the penultimate race of the Grand Prix Series.
Chris Latham claimed the third spot on the podium, ahead of Tennant and national champion Connor Swift, of Madison Genesis.
However, the ONE Pro Cycling man tangled with his Wiggins rivals as he attempted to squeeze between them on the line.
While Cullaigh escaped unscathed, Latham forced Scott left across the paths of both Tennant and Swift and into the barriers.
All four men ended up on the Tarmac but, fortunately, each is reportedly okay. Tennant is battered and bruised but otherwise fine.
The 80km Leicester Castle Classic comprised of 20 laps of the city centre, looping around the castle and Leicester City’s King Power Stadium.
Tobyn Horton attacked with 15 to go and after Canyon Eisberg’s Max Stedman had briefly attempted to bridge, the Madison men began to extend his lead.
Alex Richardson managed to bridge across before crashing and rejoining the leader as the race reached its finale.
The pair, who had worked well together, were finally swallowed up with half a lap remaining as the select chase group geared up for a bunch kick.
Ultimately it was Cullaigh who proved the strongest – adding to his Rutland-Melton International CiCLE Classic glory earlier this season.
And while Tennant grabbed fourth before he was brought down, Stedman rolled across the line in ninth and Jack Pullar finished 11th.
That meant Tim Elverson’s Canyon Eisberg squad were the second team on the day and are now second overall behind Madison in the series.
Pullar, meanwhile, has risen to second spot in the individual standings. However, he is 24 points adrift of Swift with a maximum of 30 available in the series-ending Ryedale Grand Prix on Sunday, August 26.
On Saturday, Matt Nowell battled bravely to 28th spot in the gruelling multi-terrain UCI 1.1 Koga Slag om Norg in Holland.