London 2012 – Day 6 PM – Magnificent Seven

An emotional final day in the velodrome saw the final three medals decided, two Olympic legends bow out and, quite possibly, a new won crowned. The last two events of the Women’s Omnium, the Semi Finals and Finals of the Women’s Sprint and the Finals of the Men’s Keirin… Did

London 2012 – Day 6 AM Report

There were just two events in the morning session on the final day of competition in the velodrome – the 3km Women’s Omnium Pursuit and the First Round of the men’s Keirin. At the end of the session we knew who was going to be in the Second Round –

London 2012 – Day 6 – Preview

And so to the last day of an Olympic competition engineered by the UCI to ‘prevent’ domination by a single nation – for which, read ‘Great Britain’. That aim has largely failed whatever happens on the final day with the British team having already secured 5 Gold Medals – half

London 2012 – Day 5 – Changing of the Guard

Another day, another Gold medal for Great Britain as Jason Kenny took the Men's Sprint title. And more may come on the Final day as Laura Trott tops the overnight leaderboard in the Women's Omnium and Victoria Pendleton moves effortlessly into the Semi Finals of the Women's Sprint.

London 2012 – Day 5 – Preview

The penultimate day of competition at the velodrome sees the Women's Sprint through the Quarter Final stage and the first three events - the Flying Lap, Points and Elimination Races - of the Women's Omnium. The only medal of the session is in the Men's Sprint - with Semi Finals

London 2012 – Day 3 – Danish Delight

The Men’s Omnium came to a thrilling conclusion in the afternoon session at the Pringle  - the only medal decided today. The Men’s Sprint competition reached the Quarter Final stage and the Women’s Sprint – which kicked off in the morning session – reached the 1/8 round. Women’s