Silver medalist Callum Skinner of Great Britain, gold medalist Jason Kenny of Great Britain and bronze medalist Denis Dmitriev of Russia pose for photographs on the podium at the medal ceremony for Men's Sprint on Day 9 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Rio Olympic Velodrome on August 14, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Great Britain set an Olympic record to win a third straight men's team sprint gold with a shock victory against world champions New Zealand. Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny - who claimed his fourth Olympic gold - and Callum Skinner won in seconds.
Cycling - Skinner powers Britain home to team sprint gold
Tasked with occupying the saddle vacated by British track cycling colossus Chris Hoy, Callum Skinner proved the perfect man for the job as he anchored his country's team sprint trio to Olympic gold on Thursday.