Philip Hindes, left, Jason Kenny, centre, and Chris Hoy take gold in the Olympic men's team sprint.

London 2012: in cheering Team GB we can enjoy a new model of patriotism

Philip Hindes, left, Jason Kenny, centre, and Chris Hoy take gold in the Olympic men's team sprint.

Jubilation: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge show their delight after Sir Chris Hoy, Philip Hindes and Jason Kenny stormed to success in the Velodrome yesterday afternoon 8-1-12.

Her Royal Hugness: Kate and Wills celebrate with a rare public display of affection as Britain's cyclists continue GB's Olympic domination

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrate as Great Britain wins the gold and a new world record in the Men's Team Sprint Track Cycling final during Day 6 of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Chris Hoy, Philip Hindes and Jason Kenny, cycling, men’s team sprint.

Sir Chris Hoy equals Steve Redgrave gold medal haul with cycling win

Chris Hoy, Philip Hindes and Jason Kenny, cycling, men’s team sprint.

Callum Skinner, Jason Kenny and Philip Hindes mens' team sprint gold

Jason Kenny stunned as Britain extend Olympic dominance in men's te...

Cyclists from Greater Manchester win Olympic gold medal for Team GB

Team GB Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Callum Skinner

Team GB Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Callum Skinner

Gold Medal Winner stamp - Chris Hoy, Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny, Cycling, Men's Team Sprint

Large image of the Team GB Gold Medal Winner Miniature Sheet - Chris Hoy, Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny

(L-R) Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy of Great Britain celebrate with their gold medals during the medal ceremony after setting a new world record in the Men's Team Sprint Track Cycling final on Day 6

(L-R) Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy of Great Britain celebrate with their gold medals during the medal ceremony after setting a new world record in the Men's Team Sprint Track Cycling final on Day 6 of the 2012 Olympics in London.

Team GB take gold in mens team sprint by defeating world champions New Zealand

Team GB take gold in men's team sprint by defeating world champions New Zealand - Hot News Break

The men's sprint team also tasted gold on a fantastic day for Team GB - Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny  Chris Hoy

Two golds in five minutes: British take victory in canoeing pairs, men's shooting and men's cycling - to send Team GB soaring up the medal table

Sir Chris Hoy, Jason Kenny and Philip Hindes have won gold in the men's team sprint - Team GB's fifth of the London Olympics.

Team GB Cycling Sprint gold stamp

Royal Mail's 'next day' Olympic Gold Medal Stamps for Team GB continues with Sir Chris Hoy, Jason Kenny & Philip Hindes

Men's team sprint winners: the amazing Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and cycling God, Chris Hoy

Men's team sprint winners: the amazing Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and cycling God, Chris Hoy

Philip Hindes, Chris Hoy and Jason Kenny . Gold Medals, Congratulations

Chris Hoy claims fifth Olympic gold medal as Britain win team sprint

GB men storm to Olympic team sprint gold Sir Chris Hoy anchored Great Britain to Olympic team sprint gold at London 2012 along with Jason Kenny and Philip Hindes at a delirious velodrome.

Philip Hindes (front), Jason Kenny (C) and Sir Chris Hoy (back) of Great Britain compete in the Men's Team Sprint Track Cycling Final on Day 6.

Jessica Ennis leads the latest charge for Team GB's gold medals

The sprint team in action during their world-record breaking final: Philip Hindes (front), Jason Kenny (centre) and Sir Chris Hoy (back

Team GB sprint team Jason Kenny, Philip Hindes and Sir Chris Hoy pose with their gold medals

Her Royal Hugness: Kate and Wills celebrate with a rare public display of affection as Britain's cyclists continue GB's Olympic domination

Team GB sprint team Jason Kenny, Philip Hindes and Sir Chris Hoy pose with their gold medals

The royal family continued to bring good fortune to Britain's Olympic hopefuls when they watched Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy win gold in the men's team sprint. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hugged for joy when Britain's first place was confirmed.  NIVIERE/CHAMUSSY/SIPA/Rex Features (© NIVIERE/CHAMUSSY/SIPA/Rex Features

The royal family continued to bring good fortune to Britain's Olympic hopefuls when they watched Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy win gold in the men's team sprint. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hugged for joy when Britain's first place was confirmed. NIVIERE/CHAMUSSY/SIPA/Rex Features (© NIVIERE/CHAMUSSY/SIPA/Rex Features

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