Olympics 2012: Great Britain Smashes World Record to Win Team Sprint: Great Britain's men's sprint team powered to gold in the London Velodrome, setting a new world record in the process. The trio of Sir Chris Hoy, Jason Kenny and 19-year-old Philip Hindes posted an astonishing round of sprinting to clock a time of 42.600 seconds in their gold medal race against France, beating their own mark of 42.747 set only hours earlier in the Team Sprint qualifying in the process...
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge embrace after Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy of Great Britain win the gold in the men's team sprint track cycling at Velodrome, Aug. 2, 2012.
Chris Hoy of Great Britain celebrates with Philip Hindes after setting a new world record and winning gold in the men's Team Sprint Track Cycling final on Day 6 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Velodrome
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embrace after Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy of Great Britain won the gold and a new world record in the Men's Team Sprint Track Cycling final in the Velodrome on 2 August 2012
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William doing the Mexican wave as they cheer on Great Britain and 5th time gold medalist Chris Hoy, along with Jason Kenny and Philip Hindes won the men's team sprint at the Velodrome in the Olympic Park during the London Olympic Games 2012 in London, August 2, 2012.