The knight in navy Lycra pedalled his way past all others last night, becoming Great Britain's most successful Olympian in his final Games appearance.
The knight in navy Lycra pedalled his way past all others last night, securing the crown of Great Britain's most successful ever Olympian in his final Games appearance.
The flag has been rescued from the connotations of lost Empire or unpopular Union
Jason Kenny has said that he wants to dominate the track cycling’s individual sprint after becoming Britain's first double gold medallist.
Victoria Pendleton’s Olympic swansong could not have got off to a more bitter start after she and GB team sprint team-mate Jess Varnish were relegated when on the point of taking on China for gold.
Philip Hindes picked himself up off the track to lead Great Britain's men to the fastest qualifying time in the team sprint at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Five-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Steve Redgrave denied Team GB's 48-medal target will pile unnecessary pressure on athletes at London 2012.
The British trio of Dani King, Laura Trott and Jo Rowsell produced the two fastest times in the history of women's pursuiting to win Britain's third gold of the World Track Championships here in Melbourne yesterday.
Referees have been given no new advice on how to interpret tackles, according to Mike Riley, general manager of the Professional Game Match Officials.
Olympic gold medallist Jason Kenny has gained his first ever senior World Championships title after Frenchman Grégory Baugé had his results annulled for anti-doping rule violations.
Great Britain's Jason Kenny has been confirmed as world champion after cycling's world governing body announced France's Gregory Bauge has been stripped of his title for an anti-doping infringement.
Britain's oldest surviving double medallist may be 91 but could still illuminate opening ceremony
Jason Kenny's duel for supremacy with Sir Chris Hoy in the individual sprint gained yet more intensity at the World Championships last night when Kenny defeated the reigning Olympic champion in the semi-finals en route to a silver medal.
Great Britain won a gold and silver medal on the opening evening of the first Track World Cup event of the season in Melbourne yesterday.
A blistering joint display of sprint power by Jason Kenny and Matt Crampton saw Great Britain claim gold and silver in the men's keirin at the yesterday's final night of racing in the European Track Championships.
Hoy suffers shock defeat in sprint but Kenny takes bronze by default for only British medal of the day