2016 Rio Olympics - Cycling Track - Final - Men's Team Sprint Final Gold Race - Rio Olympic Velodrome - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 11/08/2016. Callum Skinner (GBR) of Great Britain, Jason Kenny (GBR) of Great Britain and Philip Hindes (GBR) of Great Britain celebrate after winning the race and setting a new Olympic record. Many congratulations!!
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 42.440 seconds.
Callum Skinner competes in the men's sprint semi-finals Scottish Olympians in Rio are celebrating the country's best ever medal haul from an overseas Games. Gold for Katie Archibald as part of Great Britain's women's team pursuit quartet and silver for swimmer Duncan Scott in the men's 4x100m medley relay on Saturday brought the Scots' medal tally to 10. That surpassed the previous best of eight from the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm
Great Britain's Jason Kenny won his fifth Olympic gold medal by beating compatriot Callum Skinner in the men's sprint final at Rio 2016. London 2012 champion Kenny came out on top in the first two races to win the best-of-three final. Russia's Denis Dmitriev beat Australia's Matthew Glaetzer in the race for bronze.