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Sue Barker presents more cycling from the Velodrome, with world champions Britain the favourite to take the women's team pursuit title. Plus the men's omnium elimination race.


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A welcome back, it has been another successful day for the British team,

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three medals won at the rolling, two gold medals and one silver

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medal, Britain have moved up to third on the medal table. They

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could be more to come at the Velodrome and later on in the

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Olympic Stadium. You can see thousands of people in the Olympic

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Park, and 80,000 lucky ticket holders will be inside the stadium

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to see Jessica Ennis win the gold medal. She is the overwhelming

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favourite tough to win it later on this evening. Also there Farah will

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be going for gold in the 10,000m. We will be heading back to the

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Velodrome in just a moment to see if the women's team pursuit can be

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won by 8 GB. Then it is athletics all the way and Dai Greene is in

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action, also the defending champion, Christine Ohuruogu will be going at

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8:05pm and maybe medals also in the men's long jump final with Chris

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Tomlinson and Greg Rutherford doing well. Then it is the heptathlon

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surely after 8:30pm and Jessica Ennis will be in the final of the

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three heat and Mo Farah at 9:15pm. So much to look forward to. A lot

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to enjoy right now over on BBC Three. At 7:30pm the men's football

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quarter-finals, Great Britain trying to get through to the semi-

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finals against South Korea. That will be live from the the 11th it.

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If this foul of the PC three at the moment that the mixed doubles semi-

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finals up live on BBC through. It is one set all. They did lead 3-1

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in the tie-break but it is one set all. Andy Murray and Laura Robson

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tried to go through to that all middle final tomorrow. -- gold-

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medal. Women's hockey, Great Britain a China. Lucy 2-0, they

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needed a point to guarantee a place in the semi-finals, not good news

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for Great Britain at the them. We are heading back to the Velodrome

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at 5:50pm it could be a gold medal for Britain.

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Welcome back from the Velodrome where the action is getting

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exciting in the omnium and later tonight the women's team pursuit.

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Neither the event unfolding here all the women's team pursuit

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actually happened in Beijing because since the last Olympic

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Games they have been huge changes to the Olympic cycling programme.

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event at three women's event. Cycling's governing body chose to

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give clarity to the men's and women's events such out have gone

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the individual pursuit, the points race, and income women's versions

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of the team sprint, team pursuit and the new event, the omnium.

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There is also no chance for so Kris Boyd to repeat his three goals as

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another new will to limit dominance was to limit it to one competitor -

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Cycling have just got 14 events, 42 events in the swimming pool, it

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seems a big disparity. That is the way it is. You think it

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is fair enough to bring clarity between the men and women, but cut

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prices back, it is not nice for the riders. I don't know why it is. It

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does seem unfair. You have circled on the track for

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years, and I guess it is a fair comparison to say the individual

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pursuit is light afforded metres in the athletics, you will not take

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that out of the Olympics but they took it out of the cycling.

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The pursuit is a Blue Riband event of the Velodrome, it is what

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everybody watches. It seems such a shame it has been taken out, and

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the omnium, the new race, it is to replace a bunch of good races to

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watch. I am sure the omnium is exciting

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but you're not too sure about having this in the Olympics.

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To be honest, when I grow up, it is what you write as a kid, -- or ride.

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You learn how to sprint, pursuit, racing in budgies, there is an

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elimination race. It is exciting, a great spectator sport.

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Imagine losing an Olympic medal on an elimination race. It will be

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exciting for the fans but the races we are seeing, would be nice to

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have a medal for each discipline. You get to see the best person

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overall in the Velodrome but the Olympics is about faster, Higher,

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stronger. You can probably hear from behind us, it is getting the

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crowd on their feet because there is a British competitor, Ed Clancy.

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Began watch it uninterrupted on the red button. The fact is, it is here,

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whether it is here to stay we will point out. It is in the Olympics

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and this is what it is all about. Individual riders will be going

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head-to-head in six different The writers must complete every

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event to continue in the competition. The lowest total after

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six events wins gold. In the flying lap riders are racing against the

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clock over 250 metres, the fastest time wins. The points race is an

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endurance event where they accumulate. By lapping the field.

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There are opportunities for further points in the sprints. The winner

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is the rider he gains the most points. In elimination after a mass

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start the last rider over the line is eliminated every two laps. The

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two final riders will battle it out in a sprint finish. Individual

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pursuit involves two riders on the track at one time, the men

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competing over 4,000m, the women over 3,000 metres. Dividers -- the

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writers start on opposite sides of the track and try to catch each

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other. In the scratch race date start in a mass ride. Men cover

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15,000 metres, and women 10,000m. The first to cross the line is the

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winner. The time trial is an individual race against the clock,

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and then cover one dozen metres and women 500m, the fastest time wins.

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If you are right to get involved in a Olympics sports go to the website.

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Years ago that is exactly what Mark Cavendish was doing. If this has

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inspired you go on to the website and perhaps you can go from

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competing in these kind of events to representing your country at the

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Olympics. So far today we are in the middle of the points raised, we

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had the flying lap earlier row, there are six events culminating

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with a time trial tomorrow. Ed Clancy is an endurance racer, and

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pulled this out in his flying lap. His body type, he is more of a

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sprinter. He is super-fast. He got a flying lap this morning, 12.5 in

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a flying lap. Sprinters do do that, he is half the second quicker than

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second place, incredible. If you take his boat for the last 200m he

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would have qualified in the top five. Their shows how fast he is.

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Remarkable for Foreman's. He didn't get to celebrate his gold medal.

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Geraint is going to join us from the team PCT. Ed Clancy celebrated

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by winning the first event. The aim in the omnium is to get to the end

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of the six events with the fewest points possible and as you can see

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Ed with just one point. Behind us the points race is unfolding. To

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the untrained eye it is incredibly confusing but all about winning

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sprints as the race unfolds. It is consistency. There is a sprint

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every 10 laps. It is the first four cross the line. They simply add up

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the points at the end of the race. It is not at the end of the 120

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laps the first rider, it is being consistent. There is a little rule

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that people might lap the field, in the olden days it didn't matter how

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many points you had, if you Laverty went into the lead, so you could be

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plus one lap without any points. But now they have changed that, you

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get 20 bonus points if you lap the field. 5, 3, 2 and 1, if you lap

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the field you get 20 bonus point. That is described by a nanny was

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the European champion, a Clancy is doing well. This is what we are

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expecting from him, use your endurance and printing. He has once

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breathe rents already -- he has won three sprints already. Where a does

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fail his endurance, it is about keeping it going. There are other

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sprint races to come in this omnium. That is the moment he crossed the

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line in front to pick up the points. Ed Clancy representing Great

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Britain in the Omnium. There are 22 laps to go and we can join Chris

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Boardman and Sue Porter. This is a great one to watch as it gets hot

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tip towards the end. It is one of the most exciting disciplines on

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the track. There are three more sprints to go. Bobby Lee of the USA

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comes up to the line. The race is being dominated by a group that

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gave the field a slip and gained a lap. You get a 20 point bonus. At

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the moment Ed Clancy is lying 10th. He has picked off three sprints

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quite cutely. If he finishes 10th in the end in this points raised,

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his tally will be 11, so it is not a bad start in the opening two

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events, in six events in all. Lee is also off the front. They are

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looking to get another lap. This is not a problem for Ed Clancy. What I

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can tell you and Creswell agree with me, it is a pretty hard Points

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Race. They have still got the elimination race to come. It is at

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very demanding discipline, the Omnium. The United States are

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starting to die. He has been out there for a long time on his own. I

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do not think he is going to bridge that gap, so he will not gain those

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That is their head of the race coming through over the line and it

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is still Bobby Lee. Bobby Lee has not figured in many springs. He is

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below Ed Clancy. But his legs are buckled. He is being overtaken.

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Clancy is now down into 11th place. The first two points have been

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claimed on the line. Archibald of New Zealand just about beating

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We have got one more sprint to go. These two are persisting, but they

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are starting to accelerate with the finish inside. Just eight laps

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Terror well of Spain is very Norman Hansen is also there. Ed

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Clancy vanishes five points in the concluding sprint. If he could get

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another five points, it would help him ease his way up. He has read

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that moved well. He is certainly the strongest sprinter in the group

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he is in now. Fired more laps to go and one sprint remaining. People

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find it hard to take on board that he cannot win the race, but it is

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where he is placed. The final sprint is almost certainly going to

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The Danish rider is very strong and very deceptive, Norman Hansen.

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Clancy needs to take a sprint. The final lap. It is Norman Hansen of

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Denmark who has ridden sensationally in this event. He is

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looking to nail five points and he did that. He is the leader of the

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We will have to go to countback to decide the overall positions. That

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has taken Ed Clancy's tally to 18, which will keep him in 11th

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position. His tally is now 12. We are going to count back now. I

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think he is still in the lead after two events. Although Norman Hansen

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with consistency is likely to be challenging as well. He has just

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won the points raised with 59 points. He was 4th in the time-

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trials. That makes his tally five. He has got to be the leader. We

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Unofficially Norman Hansen with a win in the points raised and a very

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good ride in the time-trial, his tally of points will go up to five.

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Unofficially it looks like Norman Hansen could have elevated himself

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into the lead in the competition. The German is the winner of the

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Points Race. It is all about the six events and sheer consistency.

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Two of the six completed and one of the least favourite for Ed Clancy.

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He is not so keen on the distance races. If it comes down to the

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single sprint, he has got a good It is looking like the young Dane,

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 41 seconds

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the former world junior champion, Ed Clancy is 5th with 12 points

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after two events. Apologies for the incorrect graphics. He goes in the

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elimination race at 6:30pm and all this after winning gold in the team

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pursuit yesterday. He has to get back on the track and ride. You had

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a lovely night out last night to celebrate the gold medal. How are

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you feeling? It is still a bit surreal. It is something we have

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been building up for the last year and all we have been thinking about.

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To finally get here and do it is a great feeling. I do not know what

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to do now, apart from celebrate. Chat to ours and hang out in here.

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We can have a look back at the moment you crossed the line and the

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celebrations. An amazing atmosphere, how much did the crowd help? It was

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unbelievable and when you walked into the stadium, you could feel

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the buzz of the crowd. Vicky was racing before us and there was an

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incredible buzz. During the race I could not notice it too much, it

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was more in the background, we have to focus on what we had to do. It

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was incredible to cross the line with another world record and it

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was an unbelievable feeling. long did it take you to realise you

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picked up the world record? We kind of knew because we were going so

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fast and we had the coach on the line because he notes the pace. It

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was like Beijing. We went out and it flowed and it was so fast. I

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needed a bigger dear, I just could not keep up. You mentioned Beijing

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and this is your second gold medal in the team pursuit. It is a huge,

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big medal. How does it compare with the one in Beijing? Definitely the

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pressure and the expectation around cycling as a whole, it has taken

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off since Beijing with the likes of Mark Cavendish and Bradley Wiggins.

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Cycling is so big these days and living up to that was the biggest

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challenge. To come here and deliver was great. We want full analysis

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and in-depth discussions about the celebrations last night. How were

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they? I do not remember much past 1 o'clock. I were Cup in the hotel

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with my girlfriend and I could not remember how I got there!

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cannot remember anything past 1 o'clock, but you will probably

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remember this moment. Was this you in a kebab shop in London last

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night feeling hungry? I cannot say more than that, can I? I did not

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take a bag out with me. Maybe you've found one. I hope it was you

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because you deserve to celebrate like that. What? With a kebab?

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After the Olympics in Beijing the whole world looked at British

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cycling and said, we need to take the fight to these guys and

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Australia are starting to do that. They have brought their form in.

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Last year the Australians won the World Championships, but this is

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about the Olympics. It is a four- year cycle and these guys have been

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working strongly together. Geraint has been working on that and

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finally putting bat to good use and changing back to speed on the track

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and you can see what they have done. And have you spoken to everybody

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back in Wales? They were here yesterday and it was nice and we

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were all out last night as well and it was good to celebrate with them.

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You know the photograph opportunity that awaits you when you get back

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to Cardiff? What is that? You will have your very own golden post box.

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I did not know that. That is it being painted especially for you.

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That is quite surreal, but it is nice. If ever there was a reason to

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post a letter, that is it. Will you stay with us, because we have got

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the women's pursuit? Of course. There have been fantastic.

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Unbelievable. They have been doing some good times. Paul Manning is

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their coach and he seems pretty relaxed and topping them up a bit

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and we can expect good things. have already seen a couple of world

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records from them. Do you think we will see another one? It is

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difficult with the two rides close to each other, but I would put some

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money on it. I am about to hand you back to suit. We want a photograph

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with that gold medal. We were had the team pursuit in a few minutes.

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Hopefully another gold medal. I can tell you there is some terrific

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news from Wimbledon because Andy Murray, he will be facing Roger

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Federer tomorrow for the gold medal, he will be in the mixed doubles

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final as well. Laura Robson serves at match point. It was a terrific

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rally to end on and Laura Robson They are pretty the final of the

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mixed doubles tomorrow. Gold or silver in the singles, her gold in

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the mixed doubles, what a performance, what seems at

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Wimbledon, such an enthusiastic crowd on Centre Court cheering

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another British victory. What a day to look forward to. That is

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tomorrow. Terrific news. If you want to watch on BBC Three you can

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watch the Badminton, the women's singles final. That is the singles

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final, live on BBC Three. Terrific news at Wimbledon. There may be a

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couple of gold medals for Andy Murray and Laura Robson tomorrow at

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Wimbledon but we are heading back to the Velodrome. Have you had your

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picture taken? I can confirm I have. We will

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hopefully increase the atmosphere in the Velodrome. The women's team

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pursuit, a brand new event to the Olympics, and tonight the world

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record breaking, ground-breaking trio are going to go for something

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We are all from different backgrounds, it Laura has been

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cycling since the age of eight, myself, for the last six years

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professionally. There is just a real variation in backgrounds, age,

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life experience. We get on really well. It is more of a family vanity.

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Dani King is more of a sister to me. Lorette is just crazy, we are

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sharing a room together -- Laura. We have such a laugh, constant chat,

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never a moment of silence, having fun, absolutely great, she is

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fantastic. Laura is probably the loudest. Dani King is bubbly, if

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you are having a bad day she is the best person to have around. Joe is

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absolutely amazing, a bit shy compared to Laura. We get on so

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well, she is always there for support. The same with Wendy. She

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brings experience, nice to have that as well. We are all pretty

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There is a great psychological boost to be the his radiance on our

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home soil. Great Britain, a new world record. We rode it really

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well, that is how we got such a great time. I think the world

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record will be broken, it will have to be. I am so excited. My team-

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mates are so good, and as a unit we are going to do really well, it

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just remains to be seen how well. We have got so much trust in each

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other it just works. We all have to perform at our best on the day and

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if we went, hats off to us, but if somebody else beats us, has off to

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them, congratulations. -- hats off. We're just minutes away from seeing

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Great Britain against the USA in the women's to pursue final, 24

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hours ago Geraint Thomas was out there. Jo Rowsell is making sure

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she is physically ready for this as well as mentally. You are pretty

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much thinking about the race, thinking about each turn, you

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breaking down in two stages, each turn you think about delivering it

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well and worry about your own job and heads the league the other

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girls do theirs. This there anything left to be discussed?

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don't think so, all the hard work, the training, has been done.

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Everybody knows how to ride it, it is just a matter of staying focused

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and delivering. The techniques, the tactics, you think the coach is

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saying every lap is one-tenth of a second every lap feedback so you

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have to know it down to a tenth of a second how you will ride the 16

:31:50.:31:59.

laps, or in the case of the women, 12 laps. We can see them gearing up

:31:59.:32:04.

for this. It is worth mentioning Wendy, she was a silver medallists

:32:04.:32:07.

in Beijing. Such is the ferocious power of these three she doesn't

:32:07.:32:11.

get a look-in. It is similar to Andy Tennant as far as the men's

:32:11.:32:17.

team pursuit team, very much part of the team, and imported Kohl but

:32:17.:32:22.

they don't get the chance to ride when it matters. It was unfortunate

:32:22.:32:30.

that he missed out but that is the way it goes. He was a key member,

:32:30.:32:36.

for morale, the training sessions. When I was a bit ill last week I

:32:36.:32:43.

set out and he stepped in and did a great job. It is definitely a whole

:32:43.:32:50.

squad of people, not just those racing on the track. Four years ago

:32:50.:32:54.

in Beijing there wasn't even this event, when they brought this team

:32:54.:32:57.

together and they started training and working towards Olympic glory,

:32:57.:33:06.

how involved were you? With women? Did they can see for support and

:33:06.:33:14.

advice -- do they come to you? talked to us quite a bit, but they

:33:14.:33:19.

have got one of the best coaches, he only won four years ago, still

:33:19.:33:23.

fresh, he knows what to do. Dull staff, the whole system has looked

:33:23.:33:27.

after them really well. All they have got to worry about is getting

:33:27.:33:34.

on the bike and pedalling. Paul has done a great job with the team.

:33:34.:33:39.

Lots of questions coming in on Twitter, asking why one rider start

:33:39.:33:48.

in the gate and the other two don't. Another one of my fact files. The

:33:48.:33:53.

person on the lowest part of the track starts, the other riders

:33:53.:33:57.

cannot start until they do. It is the start gate and automatically

:33:57.:34:07.
:34:07.:34:07.

releases the bike. If a rider tries to go before that it is detrimental,

:34:07.:34:13.

it will affect them. If they go after, they will fall off, and it

:34:13.:34:17.

means they cannot jump the start. It is not so important for the guys

:34:17.:34:20.

above because they cannot start to will the person on the bottom

:34:20.:34:24.

starts. You could have a gate, you could have four days but to get

:34:24.:34:28.

that off the track in time before the other team has got round would

:34:28.:34:36.

be complicated. Perfect for, another wonderful explanation. What

:34:36.:34:40.

of people looking for? What is the perfect race? Pretty much getting

:34:41.:34:46.

up to their speed you can sustain for the 12 laps, 16 laps, and flat

:34:46.:34:56.
:34:56.:34:56.

lining it. It is all about keeping that speed as high as possible.

:34:56.:35:01.

This house without possible. That is what Marquez been explaining,

:35:01.:35:04.

one writer starting in the gate, two of them starting further up the

:35:04.:35:14.
:35:14.:35:19.

New Zealand. The team of New Zealand is Laura Ellis, Jamie

:35:19.:35:23.

Neilsen and Alison Jacques. For the Netherlands it is Vera Koedooder,

:35:23.:35:30.

Amy Pieters and Ellen Van Dyke. In the previous round the New

:35:30.:35:38.

Zealand's, 3.18 0.514. The Netherlands will have to find

:35:38.:35:47.

somebody here if they are going to challenge to New Zealand team.

:35:47.:35:56.

Alison shanks got them off to a solid start, already in the lead.

:35:56.:36:04.

Moving away. Benevolence settling down to the task in hand, -- the

:36:04.:36:12.

Netherlands. Alison shanks is a powerful rider. She could play

:36:12.:36:19.

quite a significant part in this contest. They are already one

:36:19.:36:22.

second in the lead. You can see a little bit of daylight, it has cost

:36:22.:36:31.

them. The first two kilometres bit, New Zealand are there. -- kilometre

:36:31.:36:39.

split. Ever-so-slightly faster than their opening kilometre in the last

:36:39.:36:45.

round. They are going ahead of their schedule. Slightly quicker

:36:45.:36:48.

than they were perhaps expecting to go. Let's hope they haven't gone

:36:48.:36:54.

out too fast. Nearly two seconds in the lead now. Pretty soon they will

:36:54.:36:58.

be able to see the back of the team from the Netherlands, that is a

:36:58.:37:08.
:37:08.:37:12.

great incentive. They will start to get some assistance. The contest

:37:12.:37:18.

continues here. It is New Zealand profiting from a good start and

:37:18.:37:27.

they certainly have got the Netherlands now. At I cannot see

:37:27.:37:31.

them pegging them back. kilometre remaining in this race.

:37:31.:37:37.

They are pretty much in the same straight, disaster for New Zealand

:37:37.:37:41.

to lose this, they have got to keep it together. They have got room to

:37:41.:37:51.
:37:51.:37:57.

spare. 2:16 we five. The perfect spur for the three from New Zealand

:37:57.:38:02.

to try and raise their game in the closing stages. A lot of this about

:38:02.:38:10.

backing up, it being able to ride as fast again in the next race. The

:38:10.:38:15.

Netherlands haven't managed to do that. We are really into the final

:38:15.:38:23.

stages now. New Zealand are going to win this. It means they will

:38:23.:38:31.

finish 5th overall in the competition. Here they come. New

:38:31.:38:37.

Zealand coming up to the line now, let's have a look at the time. That

:38:37.:38:44.

brings them the clash against the Netherlands. The New Zealanders

:38:44.:38:49.

finished 5th overall in this Olympic Games team pursuit

:38:49.:38:59.
:38:59.:39:03.

images of the starting effort of the Dutch. The bike securely

:39:03.:39:11.

clamped, only releases when the time on the clock runs out. A false

:39:11.:39:21.
:39:21.:39:23.

start if a right to start before this. -- rider. Two more rides to

:39:23.:39:32.

go. The bronze and the contest for the Olympic title. The Australia

:39:32.:39:38.

just preparing. Getting shots of the British riders. Dani King who

:39:38.:39:48.
:39:48.:39:49.

is just circus in -- circling in the middle. Joanna Rowsell up there

:39:49.:39:53.

as well. They were just relax before they get called to the line.

:39:54.:39:58.

This is to ride off for the bronze medal, in Australia starting in the

:39:58.:40:05.

home straight. Edmondson, Melissa Hoskins, Josephine Tomich. The

:40:05.:40:09.

opponents in the back straight will be the team from Canada, they have

:40:09.:40:15.

been riding very well, the Canadian trio. There will be Tara Whitton,

:40:15.:40:25.
:40:25.:40:26.

Gillian Carleton, and Jasmin Glaesser. Australia in the previous

:40:26.:40:36.
:40:36.:40:43.

round went three with 16 with nine, starting in the home straight. On

:40:43.:40:46.

the right of a screen starting in the back straight, the team from

:40:46.:40:54.

Canada. This is the ride for the bronze medal. The riders but all

:40:54.:40:59.

their weight back and they get the timing exactly right. If you get

:40:59.:41:03.

that wrong it can cost you a lot. It is worth all the training to get

:41:03.:41:11.

it right. You have your momentum moving forward when the gate opens.

:41:11.:41:15.

Canada have started quicker, work for Australia to close the Dow.

:41:15.:41:19.

Still a long way to go. Waiting for the first kilometre at Split. The

:41:19.:41:24.

time doesn't matter, it is all about beating your opponent. It is

:41:25.:41:30.

still cannot get looking good at this stage. The Australians very

:41:30.:41:34.

technically good on the track, great changes, plenty of height,

:41:34.:41:39.

takes a lot of confidence to do that. They look like a well-drilled

:41:39.:41:49.
:41:49.:42:05.

unit. The Canadians not bad. and went ahead. Canada, 0.18 behind.

:42:05.:42:09.

These are the team as the British thought would be a threat coming

:42:09.:42:15.

into the competition. Australia will be looking to salvage

:42:15.:42:21.

something. They hope to be vying for a gold medal. It is very close

:42:21.:42:28.

between these two teams. As we expected. We knew it was going to

:42:28.:42:33.

be a good fight and that is exactly how it is proving to be. Now Canada

:42:33.:42:39.

are beginning to turn the screw again. They have gone ahead. They

:42:40.:42:45.

are neck and neck at the moment. Australia took the steadier start,

:42:45.:42:54.

that will help them in the latter stages. Canada just trailing.

:42:54.:43:04.
:43:04.:43:19.

second kilometres split coming up. They are leading by a 0.01. They

:43:19.:43:29.
:43:29.:43:32.

have just done a monster upturn. It has given Canada the advantage, but

:43:32.:43:40.

it is not over. Australia are not lying down. Just one mistake and it

:43:40.:43:46.

could all be over. It is going to come down to a sprint finish.

:43:46.:43:54.

coach for the Australians is urging his riders to find a little more.

:43:54.:44:02.

We are into the closing laps. It is an nail-biter. It looks like Canada

:44:03.:44:10.

well when the bronze medal. It was so close, on the line. Canada get

:44:10.:44:19.

the bronze medal. What a scrap. They pulled back three-tenths of a

:44:19.:44:29.
:44:29.:44:30.

second in the final lap. The team from Canada are delighted with that

:44:30.:44:40.
:44:40.:44:41.

performance. Another 3.17 ride by Canada. Sheer consistency it. The

:44:41.:44:47.

coach for the Canadian team is delighted by that. Australia were

:44:47.:44:50.

the silver medal winners in the world championships earlier in the

:44:50.:44:57.

year. But to come away with a medal you have to put the disappointments

:44:57.:45:03.

behind you and focus with what you have to do. A very good ride by

:45:03.:45:11.

Canada. Australia just a little bit up and down in their pacemaking. A

:45:11.:45:17.

fantastic surge for the line, just left a little bit too late. Nice

:45:17.:45:25.

finishing technique as well. Just listen to the noise here. It is

:45:25.:45:30.

building and building because Great Britain are coming out onto the

:45:30.:45:36.

track. People are on their feet and the flowers are waving and we have

:45:36.:45:42.

not even started. That was the result of the bronze medal right.

:45:42.:45:51.

We now set up the final for the gold and the silver medals. The

:45:51.:45:56.

team is Dani Kane, Laura Trott and Joanna Rowsell. Joanna Rowsell will

:45:57.:46:05.

get them under way. It would appear to me that they are recognising the

:46:06.:46:15.
:46:16.:46:22.

situation, cosmetic the, as you set another world record of 3.1

:46:22.:46:32.
:46:32.:46:39.

4.682. The Canadians are certainly on form as well. This is the final

:46:39.:46:49.
:46:49.:46:50.

of the women's 3000 metres team pursuit. The USA have got a good

:46:50.:46:59.

formula. But they are two seconds in areas of the British on paper.

:46:59.:47:06.

Already they have lost 0.7 of a second. An incredible start by

:47:06.:47:16.
:47:16.:47:16.

Joanna Rowsell. What could happen is if the USA start to fall behind,

:47:16.:47:20.

the Individual Pursuit champion could go to the front and assert

:47:20.:47:26.

her power and it could break up their formation. She is using that

:47:26.:47:36.
:47:36.:47:41.

power. They are spreading the work. The British squad are ahead and the

:47:41.:47:49.

United States are holding them. Great Britain are not as quick as

:47:49.:47:59.
:47:59.:48:00.

their world record, but they have put the United States 0.78 behind.

:48:00.:48:04.

Paul Manning is calling them the same schedule, so they are not

:48:05.:48:11.

after a world record. They are going to go just to try and get the

:48:11.:48:20.

gold medal. They really are moving. Little Laura Trott swings up to

:48:20.:48:24.

allow her team-mates to go through. This is a phenomenal ride by Great

:48:24.:48:31.

Britain. They have got a solid lead of two seconds. They do not need to

:48:31.:48:41.

do anything clever. They have spread it more evenly between them.

:48:41.:48:49.

They can almost see the tail end of the American team. They are flying.

:48:49.:48:55.

They have got 2.3 seconds advantage over the USA. What a fantastic

:48:55.:49:00.

sensation this must be in London in front of a home crowd. They can see

:49:00.:49:05.

the opposition in front of them. They are so close to getting a

:49:05.:49:12.

medal. Now they have got the ideal scenario because they can see the

:49:12.:49:18.

Americans. There are now pursuing their quarry. This is the ideal

:49:18.:49:24.

weight to tidy up the team pursuit. They could set another world record.

:49:24.:49:29.

They are absolutely flyer and the crowd are getting behind them. You

:49:29.:49:37.

can see the gap. The final 250 metres and Great Britain are the

:49:37.:49:41.

world champions and they are now going to become the Olympic

:49:41.:49:46.

champions or stop they are on fire. Here they come, take a look at

:49:46.:49:52.

their finishing time. Great Britain when the Olympic title and the gold

:49:52.:49:58.

medal and another world record. That means they have ridden the

:49:58.:50:01.

last six events and consecutive league they have posted six world

:50:01.:50:07.

records or stop Dani Kane, Laura Trott and Joanna Rowsell are the

:50:07.:50:13.

Olympic champions. They have done exactly what the men did. If they

:50:13.:50:22.

go any faster they will need parachutes to show -- slowed down.

:50:22.:50:27.

To break a world record after such a short gap between the rounds is

:50:27.:50:37.
:50:37.:50:40.

incredible. There we are, the celebrations. That is Laura Trott's

:50:40.:50:50.
:50:50.:50:51.

Sestak. I remember where the little kids used to ride around the cones

:50:51.:50:57.

to see if they had talent. This little last came from that. She is

:50:57.:51:04.

the Omnium world champion. She will be riding in back later. It is a

:51:04.:51:10.

privilege to be in an arena like this. There is Dani Kane. They are

:51:10.:51:20.
:51:20.:51:21.

loving it. Milk the moment. What a fantastic experience to have. They

:51:21.:51:27.

have worked so hard for this. They have been so strong. The tears are

:51:27.:51:35.

beginning to appear now, it tears of celebration. Yes, you are an

:51:35.:51:41.

Olympic champion and a world champion as well. You would not bet

:51:41.:51:47.

against a Laura Trott winning two gold medals at these championships.

:51:48.:51:51.

There is Mark Cavendish, a very sportingly acknowledging the

:51:51.:51:59.

performance. And also Geraint Thomas. I wondered where Joanna

:51:59.:52:09.
:52:09.:52:12.

Rowsell was. Enjoy the moment. What a ride. Analytically, assess it.

:52:12.:52:16.

They're really pressurised the world record and they went under it.

:52:16.:52:21.

They changed the length of that turns and spread the workload

:52:21.:52:27.

around a bit differently. This time they had the advantage of being

:52:27.:52:33.

able to see the team and get some advantage from the slipstream. That

:52:33.:52:40.

visual incentive is what made the difference. 5.67 seconds is the

:52:40.:52:50.
:52:50.:52:55.

winning margin. These celebrations could go on for a long time. The

:52:55.:53:04.

crowd love it. Look who is there. They are all here watching it. The

:53:04.:53:14.

popularity of cycling is staggering. The number of cyclists is edging up

:53:14.:53:20.

to 55,000. Paul McCartney enjoying the moment with the British flag.

:53:20.:53:25.

We have had royalty, pop stars, politicians, everybody wants to be

:53:25.:53:31.

in the Velodrome. They all want to be part of the cycling action. That

:53:31.:53:39.

was an enthralling event. That transcends the previous calls I

:53:39.:53:45.

have made on these three and that is some statement. Consistent every

:53:45.:53:52.

time. They were nearly three- quarters of a second in the league

:53:52.:53:57.

with en two laps and that must be devastating for the other team.

:53:57.:54:05.

Once they have established that, that is it. That is a huge margin.

:54:05.:54:11.

Forget the schedule, go on, girls, just chase them down. It would be

:54:11.:54:17.

nice to hear what the winning side has to say. They are going towards

:54:17.:54:26.

at Jill Douglas. That is Laura Trott. Many congratulations. The

:54:26.:54:31.

first words used said where, we did it. How do you like the sound of

:54:31.:54:37.

that? World and now Olympic champions? It is mad, I cannot

:54:37.:54:42.

believe it. It has been my dream since I was eight and we have just

:54:42.:54:49.

gone and done it. You said before this was not 18, it is a family.

:54:49.:54:54.

is, we are like sisters and I could not have done it without them. It

:54:54.:55:00.

is amazing. A you talked about getting up to speed and you

:55:00.:55:05.

experienced the wall of noise and it was better than that. He it

:55:05.:55:09.

really was. They were just shirting so loud it spurred us on the last

:55:09.:55:14.

kilometre it will stop six world records in the last six competitive

:55:14.:55:22.

riots. Really amazing. I do not think we expected it. I think we

:55:22.:55:25.

expected it here in one of the rounds, but not in every single

:55:25.:55:35.
:55:35.:55:38.

ride. Go and collect your medals, I imagine the smiles and the

:55:38.:55:45.

giggles will last for an off a long time. The Fab Three. A remarkable

:55:45.:55:49.

performance. Your thoughts? Incredible, it is the first team

:55:49.:55:55.

pursuit I have watched in a long time. It was just amazing to see it

:55:55.:56:00.

unfold. The atmosphere again is crazy, it is doing my head in, to

:56:00.:56:10.
:56:10.:56:18.

be honest. Unbelievable, over the Three kilometres, only 12 laps of

:56:18.:56:25.

the trap, they went out, they went the fastest ever the first, to but

:56:25.:56:31.

they kept building. It was incredible. Once you get the other

:56:31.:56:36.

team in sight you will gain more and more. To back that up, it was

:56:36.:56:41.

fantastic. What a start from Jo Rowsell. To go a second quicker

:56:42.:56:46.

your -- then your opponent, that is laying down a marker. A big

:56:46.:56:52.

advantage. Having somebody that can start that fast and be able to soak

:56:52.:56:58.

it up, and keep going all the way to the end, is a massive advantage.

:56:58.:57:05.

She set the goals it really well. - - girls. It is about making sure

:57:05.:57:10.

the tactics work. We saw quite a big change compared to the last

:57:10.:57:17.

round where they were doing much shorter terms. The women do one, to

:57:17.:57:22.

less but they have won riderless. For the many star with four, the

:57:22.:57:28.

women only start with three. You cannot sacrifice somebody, they

:57:28.:57:34.

simply get harder for a shot a rout of time. They have to analyse and

:57:34.:57:39.

set out the tactics. He won the gold medal last night, how good

:57:39.:57:45.

does it feel when it is working like this? It is just a unit.

:57:45.:57:49.

Everybody is thinking the same, you are all on the same page and it

:57:49.:57:55.

just flows. The faster you go, sometimes the easier it gets,

:57:55.:58:02.

smooth things out, an incredible feeling. Paul Wood walking a month,

:58:02.:58:12.
:58:12.:58:12.

they were on schedule all the way. They have a schedule am not sure

:58:12.:58:20.

what lap splits they would be doing, and he will walk one step away so

:58:20.:58:29.

they know they are a 10th up on schedule. It is pretty precise.

:58:29.:58:35.

That is what all hard work and ours goes to. You can see how much they

:58:35.:58:39.

work together. When they have seen the families they get together,

:58:39.:58:43.

they want to celebrate, it is beautiful. I was nearly crying,

:58:43.:58:47.

good job the camera wasn't on me. There is Paul who knows what it

:58:47.:58:51.

takes to win an Olympic medal and there is Dani King, fist in the air,

:58:51.:58:55.

a huge smile. Is that the moment when it starts to sink in, when you

:58:55.:59:04.

get the chance to celebrate with your parents? It is great having

:59:04.:59:08.

your family there, especially the girls, they are emotional

:59:08.:59:18.

characters. That support for them is amazing, as it is for us. You

:59:18.:59:24.

cross the line, it is strange, it is euphoria, you are happy and

:59:24.:59:29.

excited but at the same time it is weird, is still hasn't sunk in now,

:59:29.:59:33.

to be honest. All the year has been building to that one day and

:59:33.:59:36.

suddenly it is so that you have achieved it, but it takes a while

:59:36.:59:39.

to sink in. You'd better watch out because they are getting quicker

:59:39.:59:44.

and quicker, they will start being the start of the track before long.

:59:44.:59:47.

Ingesting this dynamic and folding. It is not just in here where people

:59:47.:59:56.

are on their feet, there are two and this remarkable new world

:59:56.:00:00.

record and outside. The action is unfolding in the main Olympic

:00:00.:00:04.

Stadium. Hundreds of thousands of people out there. This is what

:00:04.:00:07.

happened to them that the girls crossed the line, picked up the

:00:07.:00:11.

gold medal, broke the world record, you can see the fans watching the

:00:11.:00:17.

big screen, flags in the air. When these Olympic Games for one in 2005

:00:17.:00:27.
:00:27.:00:27.

these were shot we dreamt about. were sat in our hotel, we all

:00:27.:00:32.

crowded round a little TV, and to imagine this, imagine our country

:00:32.:00:38.

hosting the Olympics, it is not even once in a lifetime, once in

:00:38.:00:42.

many generations, to bring it to the city, this country, see the him

:00:42.:00:46.

out of people supporting it, it is just beautiful. -- it see the

:00:46.:00:51.

amount of people. Every athlete wants to represent this country,

:00:51.:00:57.

Dick Brown. We will see the medals being awarded in just a moment.

:00:57.:01:05.

This is just having a snapshot into your lives, where all the effort,

:01:05.:01:09.

all the hard work peeks at this moment. Give us an insight into the

:01:10.:01:13.

effort for the past few years and the girls as well, this remarkable

:01:13.:01:20.

effort to achieve the greatest thing. November we were in a hotel

:01:20.:01:23.

in Manchester, A&E live half-an- hour down the road but we all had

:01:23.:01:33.
:01:33.:01:35.

to go there, I spent nine months on the road. We were not allowed to go

:01:35.:01:44.

to a Ariana concert. It has been a long year. It was intense. They

:01:44.:01:49.

were on our backs all the way through. To sit here now with this

:01:49.:01:54.

around my neck makes it all worthwhile. We were up at eight in

:01:55.:01:59.

the morning, two or three times a week, training in the cold and rain

:01:59.:02:04.

in Manchester. Definitely a lot of hard work and easy to forget all

:02:04.:02:08.

that and look at the here and now and when we are going fast but it

:02:08.:02:11.

is good to look back and realise what we have gone through, it has

:02:11.:02:19.

been a long journey. It is worth it though. Definitely. What an amazing

:02:19.:02:25.

day, four gold medals won in this Velodrome. The British love affair

:02:25.:02:30.

with cycling continues. The love affair of this venue, the

:02:30.:02:36.

Velodrome, if you have got a ticket you're in for an absolute treat.

:02:36.:02:41.

Still two days to go and surely more gold medals to come. You can

:02:42.:02:45.

see there are loads of people at the Olympic Park heading into the

:02:45.:02:50.

stadium, many in front of the big screen because Jessica Ennis and Mo

:02:50.:02:53.

Farah are both going for gold later this evening. We are guaranteed

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medals tomorrow at Wimbledon with Andy Murray facing Roger Federer in

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the men's singles final and Andy Murray back on court with Flora

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Robson for the mixed doubles final, because earlier Laura Robson

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finished it off in style, defeating Sabine Lisicki and Christopher Kas

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to go through to the mixed doubles final, wonderful scenes at

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Wimbledon. They will face Azarenka and Max Mirnyi or Lisa Raymond and

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Mike O'Brien of the United States. Andy Murray was in tears yesterday

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when he beat Novak Djokovic. He is into the final of the men's singles

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and now the mixed doubles final, wonderful scenes on Centre Court

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today. And after the match they spoke to Jonathan Leverenz. -- over

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end. What a day. Well done, fantastic. I don't think I have

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ever been that nervous here at Wimbledon before. Are you feeling

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that? You are probably not nervous. It is just different. Playing

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doubles. It is a different sort of pressure but we played really well

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when it mattered, at the end of the tie-breaks, those nerves there, but

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we played really good stuff at the end, we deserved to win the match

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and I am happy we did because if it had gone the other way it would

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have been really disappointing. person who did pay particularly

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well is next tee -- play. This must feel, he has already got his medal,

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he has got everything, but for you this is fantastic. It has been

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incredible. Just to be playing the singles I was pretty happy with

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that, and before that I thought I was playing doubles and now I am in

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all three. We are guaranteed a medal, I couldn't ask for anything

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else. What a feeling to be able to serve it out and hold those big

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service points at the end of both matches. Yes, for once my serve

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went in when it mattered. I went for it and we played really well at

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the end of the tie-break in both matches. What were you saying to

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calm the nerves that Laura understandably must have been

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feeling. I was just trying to tell her to take her time, when we won

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the points, says some words she has probably not heard before, but that

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may be settled us down, relax this. I just really wanted to win, both

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of us did. A very emotional end to the match but she said great on the

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last two point and gave me a chance to try to take control and that is

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what we needed to do. Not your average day preparing for a five-

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set final against Roger Federer. will see, it has been different to

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what I would usually do but I enjoyed today, I have enjoyed the

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whole event and tomorrow is pretty much the perfect end to the

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tournament for me. Try and win both. Fantastic. From your point of view

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I sense really into the whole Olympic fever, how inspired have

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you been with everything going on the last few days? You have got

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there just to add to that. I have been watching everything, just

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before we went on this morning I watched the guys win the rolling.

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Have elite we will be able to add to that tomorrow. -- rolling. --

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rowing. Busy day tomorrow. We are about to hear the national anthem

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for the 4th time. Let's go back to Hugh Porter.

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We are looking at the Teme of Canada here. That is Jasmin

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Glaesser, Gillian Carleton and Carole Whitty and who wrote

:06:45.:06:55.
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courageously to win the bronze They beat a Australia, they got the

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better of them in the closing stages. Winners of the bronze medal,

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the team from Canada. That bronze- medal ride off was so fast it was

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quicker than the United States who got the silver. That just

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underlines what a fierce contest it was. The winners of the silver-

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medal art USA and first to get a medal is Sarah Hammer, a four-times

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world individual pursuit champion, and go into his dog see which --

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They have got to be happy with that right. With everything they could,

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there was no way they were going to be the Brits today. The Olympic

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champions and gold medal winners are the team from Great Britain. In

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a new world record. They have broken the world record in the last

:08:19.:08:25.

six races that they have taken place in. Dani King first to get

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her gold medal. And now Laura Trott. And Joanna Rowsell. She plays her

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way out of the gate, but in the Great Britain team ahead. The world

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champions and now they are the Ladies and gentlemen, we deeply

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stand for the national anthem of Great Britain. -- would you please

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stand. # God save our gracious Queen!

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# Long live our noble Queen! # God save the Queen!

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# Send her victorious. # Happy and glorious.

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# Long to reign over us. CHEERING. Ladies and gentlemen, the

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Olympic medallists. Wonderful moments, these. The crowd are

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energised by these performances. There are five more gold medals to

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be decided. Great Britain are in with a serious chance in all five.

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We have been looking at that while the presentation has been going on.

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Five gold medals so far, five more possible, everybody said Beijing, a

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gold medals, not possible. There is an outside chance, there would be

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unbelievable. The mud of conversations I have had, people

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are saying make the most of it. There are still other disciplines

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as well. We have got Shanaze Reade in the BMX who is one of the

:11:01.:11:11.
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greatest BMX riders in the world. Play a Beatles song and having one

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of the Beatles hear singing it to you, you cannot get any better it

:11:19.:11:29.
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than that! Three very, very happily -- happy ladies. Wonderful Saints

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in the Velodrome. Eight British singing star and three British

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Cycling stars. Congratulated us to all of them up from us. Danielle

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King, Laura Trott and Joanna Rowsell. It is important for these

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three ladies to savour this moment. Building up to the Olympics for

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four years and they have been working. They have spent so much

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time away from their families. It has paid off. Laura Trott has still

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got one more event, she is the world champion in the Omnium.

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McCartney is enjoying it. You have got your hands on your

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gold medals and we could say what that meant to you. Absolutely

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everything. I am just ecstatic it feels amazing, I cannot believe we

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have done it. And the crowd joining in and Sir Paul McCartney leading

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the crowd, singing, but he is not the start of the show, your girls

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have had the stadium rocking like a football stadium. Yes, look at us.

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I cannot believe we did it. You can believe it because you have been

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dreaming about this. When did you realise it had become a reality?

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The last couple of laps we saw them, but you cannot believe it and tell

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you here began at the end. But I believed in us from the start. I

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knew we could do it will start just 12 laps of the track as fast as we

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could. It is all about this gold medal. We know how deep you have to

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go to get a performance like this. Often you are unwell after you come

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off the bike, but no problems today. It was the last thing I was

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thinking about, that was it, we just celebrated, I could not think

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about anything else. Can you even begin to think about the Omnium at

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this stage? Now, I'd just keep thinking I am an Olympic champion.

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How wonderful, such joy. Mark and diet are struggling not to make use

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of these. The atmosphere it is special. You have trained for this

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event and you have been an endurance rider and you know the

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effort that has gone into this and you know why they are so happy and

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so proud of themselves. It is hours and hours of drills in a Velodrome

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and a gymnasium from seven in the morning until 10 o'clock at night.

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Just hours and hours and hours and the same thing getting it

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repetitively perfect and right and exactly how you want it to go on

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the day. But making sure that when you get into that one day you put

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everything you have learnt into practice. They did that and that is

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why they can be so happy. A It is amazing just to watch it. It really

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is, I had goose bumps. We have almost forgotten the cycling

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continues. We heard Laura talking about the fact she has to go

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straight into the Omnium and that continues today for Ed Clancy. The

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cycling keeps on coming. The at is what is so nice about track racing

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will stop it is like being in the stadium for the track and field.

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You have had 1 million people out on the roads on Saturday, but this

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is more like a gladiatorial sport, at where you can see the athletes

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in every single part of the race and that is why the big crowds are

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here. The if you have got a bike and a helmet, grab them and go out

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for a ride. You will see the continuation of the Omnium on BBC

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Three. It is one of the most dramatic and spectator friendly

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sports. I am going to hand back to you. It was a wonderful evening

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last night with Victoria Pendleton, but the mention here today might

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have just topped off the lot. What a lovely interview. Danielle

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King, Laura Trott, and Joanna Rowsell, the world champions and

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the Olympic gold. We are hoping for more success down

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at Weymouth with Ben Ainslie and Andrew Simpson. They had a day off

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today, but it has still been very busy doubt at Weymouth. Iain Percy

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and Anders Hansen are in the Star class and Ben Ainslie in the end of

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last had a day off. Time to think about their strategy before they

:16:52.:16:58.

battle for gold tomorrow. The FA when seven men and women are hotly

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tipped to win a medal next week. The windsurfers were also out. Paul

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Goodison has been struggling and today it was make or break. If he

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was going to keep his medal hopes alive, today he had to deliver.

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Today was the last day for the Laser sailors to make their mark in

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qualifying for the all-important medal races. Some sailors will be

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packing their bags and heading home, but the rest will be continuing on

:17:31.:17:38.

their quest for a podium position. Beijing gold medallist Paul

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Goodison has been rest -- wrestling with a back injury. Today he

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qualified for the medal race final, but he will not be on the podium.

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The Australians are already guaranteed a silver, but for him it

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has not been his wake. Alison Young has plenty to be proud about with a

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string of second places and a good medal race could see her inside the

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top five. But she has too many points for a podium finish. Today

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the women's match-racing team secured their place in the quarter-

:18:18.:18:22.

finals. Britain so nearly beat the Americans, but it does not matter

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because they are in the quarter- finals and it is a knockout

:18:26.:18:33.

competitions. Is it a relief to get through the round-robin stage?

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there is a massive relief and we are all feeling it now. But we

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start again on Tuesday and today it is a rest day. We have got to move

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forward. In the women's windsurfing Bryony Shaw is currently 7th

:18:50.:18:56.

overall. A Spanish sailor Leeds. In the men's division there is a

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runaway leader. He is from the Netherlands and is looking hard to

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catch. But Nick Dempsey is looking good to finish on the podium.

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Great news for Britain, Nick Dempsey has finished in third place.

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I am still in it and I'm sailing well. It is good to be up there,

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but that gold medal is getting further and further away. I need a

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special day tomorrow or we will be racing for second. British sailors

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in two other classes are also in silver medal position. There is

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something going on in the boat. It is a worry. They have not been able

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to go full speed. They have not been able to trim the spinnaker.

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The Italians are focused on speed and the British team are focused on

:19:57.:20:03.

something inside the boat. They have lost a lot of ground. It has

:20:03.:20:09.

cost them two places. But they lie second, just two points off the

:20:09.:20:14.

lead and they must have confidence about the remaining races.

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You were in the lead in the second race, but what happened? We had a

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clear failure. It is something we checked every day, but it came

:20:27.:20:33.

undone and we wasted a lot of time trying to fix it. To come away with

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a six was excellent damage- limitation. Exactly, that is what

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it is about. We had to grind out a result as best we could and we did

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that. We are still in the hunt. Things are still looking good for

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the men. Tomorrow there is potential for a double gold.

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Joining me is the Olympic team manager Stephen Park. Plenty to

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look forward to next week and tomorrow. What are you expecting to

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see tomorrow from Iain Percy and Ben Ainslie? From them we will see

:21:18.:21:22.

them in a relatively conservative race. They have got an eight. Read

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-- lead. As long as they are close to the Brazilians, they will come

:21:29.:21:32.

away with their gold medal. They will probably be trying to keep

:21:32.:21:38.

their noses clean. With Ben Ainslie, it is going to be a head to head.

:21:38.:21:43.

Yes, first over the water it well when the gold medal on the Saturday.

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There is an option for the Dutch to play a part, but he is a good few

:21:48.:21:55.

points behind. It will be a battle in that class and we will see some

:21:55.:21:58.

entertainment in the run-up to the race in the pre-start. It will be

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an incredible battle to watch tomorrow. There were huge crowds,

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but my telephone has not stopped with people wanting to come and see

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that battle. Yes, the crowds have been fantastic. The noise and the

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atmosphere for our sport have been impressive. Ben is driven to win

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that gold medal. If I was the Dane I would be shaking in my boots.

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would be. What have they done today? We have not seen them around

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the venue bulls star of they have been around a little bit, you might

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not have been looking closely enough. There was a full check over

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the equipment and they have been looking closely at the weather and

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the tide for tomorrow and review their own notes. They are also

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making sure they are fully recovered, refuelling, so they are

:22:53.:23:00.

on top of their game tomorrow. with Team GB lying third on the

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medal table there is every expectation sailing will act two

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goals. We certainly hope so. Can Ben

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Ainslie become the most successful sailor in Olympic history? What

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about the cycling. The British team were wondering whether they could

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equal Beijing. They have already got four medals.

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Sue Barker presents more cycling from the Velodrome, with world champions Britain the favourite to take the women's team pursuit title.

Cycling track: 17.45 Women's team pursuit finals 18.25 Men's omnium elimination race

Cycling commentators: Hugh Porter Chris Boardman Jill Douglas.