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BBC Two: Day 11: 18.00-19.00

The conclusion of six days of track cycling: 18.00 Men's keirin finals 1-6; 18.15 Women's sprint finals - race 3. Commentary is by Hugh Porter, Chris Boardman and Jill Douglas.


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Welcome back. If you were not what us a moment to go on BBC One, Mr

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real treat because Chris Hoy was on the top of the podium again after

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such a courageous run to win the keirin. He bows out of the Olympics

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now, he will go to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, but he is leaving

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with six gold medals and a silver medal. A great champion and a great

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ambassador for the sport, and a popular man as well. There is

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plenty of success to talk about. Here are the headlines. We can only

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start with the great man Sir Chris Hoy, picking up his sixth gold

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medal to become Britain's most successful Olympian ever. Laura

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Trott also won gold. There was gold for the dressage team from Great

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Britain. They were almost impeccable today. Alistair Brownlee

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was an emphatic winner of the triathlon in Hyde Park, joined on

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the podium by his brother Jonny Brownlee, who finished in third

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place. There was more medal success for Great Britain in Weymouth. Nick

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Dempsey won Silva to make up for the disappointment of finishing in

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fourth place in Beijing. I'm afraid it was not all good news because

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Phillips Idowu failed to qualify for the triple jump, he came up

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short in qualifying this morning so the silver medallist from Beijing

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is out. The highs and lows of sport, not good news for Phillips Idowu,

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but the good news is that Britain has nous four 22 gold medals, and

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South Korea have won just 11. You heard in the headlines that

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Alistair Brownlee won the gold medal in the triathlon today and

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his brother got a brave bronze medal because he had to suffer a

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penalty and crossed the line and collapsed, and had to be taken away

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by a stretcher. He recovered well to the company his brother on the

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podium. Congratulations - two medals in

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triathlon on the same day at home Olympics. How does it feel to have

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the gold medal around your neck? it is fantastic. They are like

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buses - and had been waiting all this time, and two come along at

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once. We were both in great physical shape, we trained hard,

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and the strength of being in a team. Me and my brother have raced

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together for years, and we have trained with the one goal of

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everyone racing here today and getting medals. It has been a

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fantastic few months. Congratulations Jonny Brownlee,

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your first Olympic Games and you are on the podium. Yes, I am still

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pleased for my podium. It was tough day today, I went through a mixture

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of emotions. I thought it was a dream, then I saw I got a penalty

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and I thought it was a nightmare, then the dream again. The penalty

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didn't change things at all. Stewart was amazing today, without

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him it would have been so much harder. A perfect team and Great

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Britain has two triathlon medals. You are so much part of this. You

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might not have a medal, but you are part of those wins. Yes, just to

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see these two do what they did was fantastic and I take my hat off to

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them. They deserve everything they get. The crowd was phenomenal.

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Yorkshire flax as well as Great Britain flags everywhere and you

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had so much support, didn't you? Yes, we were watching you on

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television this morning and there were already people lining up

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outside at 9 o'clock. I don't think we will see a crowd like that again.

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10 people deep, all around the course. The noise was deafening. We

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were trying to communicate and we had simple words but you literally

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could not talk to each other apart from that part across the bridge.

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The best win of your life? With out I just want to ask you how you are

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feeling, because you collapsed after the race. Are you OK? Yes.

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When I crossed the finish line, I think I overheated a bit. But

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higher OK now. I am fine! When did you hear you have that 15 second

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penalty, and did you know you had got on your bike too soon? After

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lap number two on the bike, I saw the board and I saw 31, and at

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first, I thought it was my brother. And then I realise, it is me! And I

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thought, what have I done wrong? Apparently, I went out on the bike

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and my foot was on the line. Apparently, you cannot do that. I

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thought if you did not mount before the line that was a penalty but on

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the line or after was a penalty. But that is what happens. It does

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not change the result anyway. It made it a bit harder. It made it

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very exciting. Congratulations, you've got a bronze in your first

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Olympic Games. And your second triathlon medal. Well done. Thank

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you. If yes. Well done to the Brownlee

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brothers. Stuart was there to help the Brownlee brothers and take them

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to the top of the podium. We gave you the news about Nick Dempsey

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winning silver in the windsurf category in the sailing. We can now

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see how that medal was won. And if the other British crews could stay

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on course for more sailing successful stop if more medals here

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at the sailing today. And Britain's Nick Dempsey, he went

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out to the metal race in a medal position, just as he had four years

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before. There, he came ashore with nothing, finishing 4th. Today, he

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was out to put that right and some big names came to see that happen.

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David Cameron, Ben Ainslie and the medal-winner from Sunday. A good

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day today would turn medal optimism into medal reality. So it is all

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hotting up for the end of the week for Team GB. It looks rather

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exciting. So far in Weymouth, the British

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sailors have secured a silver and gold medal, and today, potential

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for more. In the men's windsurfing class, the title had already been

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secured by the Flying Dutchman, so that left silver and bronze

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available and Britain's Nick Dempsey was in a perfect position

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to strike. The Olympic final is off and begun, Kang Great Britain when

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Silvia? Four years ago, he suffered a heartbreaker 4th, and this was

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his chance to lay the ghost of China to rest. At Nick Dempsey in

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third position, and he pumps his arms to get into second. This was

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all he needed to upgrade and Athens bronze to a Weymouth still. Nick

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Dempsey... Broken in Beijing. They promised silver. He has delivered!

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Nick Dempsey, Great Britain, silver! It has been a pretty

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difficult four years but I always believed I could come here and do

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well. Just massively relieved, I An amazing day for spectators as

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the women's windsurfing final continued the high drama. This was

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a much tighter class, with seven goals in with a chance of a medal

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and podium position. That included Bryony Shaw. Potential for silver

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but it depends how many others in that middle area perform. But the

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odds were stacked against her as the Spanish sailor came through the

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fleet to win gold in fine style. As the rest of the girls finished, the

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points system confirmed a creditable 7th for Bryony Shaw. So,

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a gold and two Silva has now for the British sailors, and the good

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news continued in the men's competition. The pressure. On the

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Australian favourites. -- the pressure up was pushed up on the

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Australian favourites. They have got it all Toulouse. And the women

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lies second with just two days to go in the regatta. And the women's

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match trio still have a chance of making the finals. Well worth a

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watch. A good day for British sailing, but

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I have Nick Dempsey with the medal around his neck. That was quite a

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moment when you make your family and love and Thomas. We have been

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talking about that. -- when you met. And little Thomas. It was pretty

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special getting the medal. And putting it around his neck. He was

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quite happy. I am not sure he was that had the! Not as happy as I

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would have liked him to be! But I am sure you get home and he will be

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throwing it around the house! were nervous out there, but

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watching the race, it was a confident performance. Nerves

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seemed to leave me once I have won the water. And once I do my

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starting sequence. Immediately after the start, the race was done

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and dusted. It was beyond my control. So nerves went out of the

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window and I just concentrated on finishing the job off. It is hard

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to forget what it felt like four years ago, but can you put into

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words what today felt like? Just massively relieved, more than

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anything. Just such an amazing team and I did not want to let anybody

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down. I have been talking about it for a long time. An aim to get a

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gold or silver medal, even a bronze. So to come home with silver is a

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proud moment. You nearly got into trouble with your celebrations. You

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let go of the board and John to shore! Yes. The police wanted to

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search me when I got back! Some of the other officials were a bit

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upset but there is not much they can do, is there! You seem pretty

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relaxed a relieved. A special moment. But so much going on this

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week for the British team. The 470s are doing well? Yes. I will keep

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the celebrations to a minimum until the whole team has finished. Just

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amazing. The boys and girls are so excited. And watch the racing

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tomorrow closely and the girls are still well in it. So it is

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fantastic for the British team. Incredible to be part of it. A you

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told me you would not touch anybody else's medal until you got your own.

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Have you done that now? I have not already seen anyone! But it will be

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nice to get back to the team and just shared the moment. But, you

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know, the team is very much still working hard. Still concentrating

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and we have more medals to win, I hoped. And your wife, what did she

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say to you? She said, Well done, very proud. Love you lots! She said

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what you would expect her to say. Again, very happy. And I am very

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grateful for everything she has done. Well, your little boy is very

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proud and we are proud of you, too. Lots more action this week. On

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Thursday, it is a duel for gold and that will be very exciting. And

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tomorrow, this gives are out. Stevie Morrison and Ben Rhodes, and

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they are in a great position to bring back a medal.

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Now, at the velodrome, it was not a fairy-tale ending Victoria

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Pendleton was hoping for as Ho Olympic career came to an end. She

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was hoping to be the first Olympic woman to win three medals. She

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found Anna Meares that her very best. The Australian won the first

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two races to take the gold, so Vicky had to be happy with silver.

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But just like Sir Chris Hoy, an inspiration for so many youngsters

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in this sport. Let's go back to the scene of those medals.

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And the winner of the silver medal, representing Great Britain,

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Victoria Pendleton! She gets a huge ovation. So we will

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not see the iconic figure of Victoria Pendleton again. That is

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the concluding event of what has been an unbelievable, glittering

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career. Enjoy your retirement, The winner of the gold medal, the

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Olympic sprint champion, representing Australia, Anna

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Meares! And she says the Australian's

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blushes because that is the only gold medal they have won. -- she

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saves. They have got a full collection of medals from the

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competition. She won the bronze in Athens, the silver in Beijing, and

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finally she achieves the top podium position. Anna Meares of Australia,

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the winner of the gold medal, the Ladies and gentlemen, please stand

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 56 seconds

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for the national anthem of Ladies and gentlemen, the Olympic

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medallists. That concludes the ceremonies here in the velodrome.

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The cycle racing on the track is now concluded and it will resume

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SUE BARKER: Congratulations to Anna Meares, and, Victoria Pendleton,

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The conclusion of six days of track cycling.

Cycling track: 18.00 Men's keirin finals 1-6 18.15 Women's sprint finals - race 3

Cycling track commentators: Hugh Porter, Chris Boardman and Jill Douglas.