Becky James: Cyclist's joy over two world championship golds


Cyclist Becky James has won two world titles at the world track cycling championships in Belarus.

James, 21, from Abergavenny, missed out on last year's Olympics, but made amends with two gold and two bronze medals at the world championships.

Britain topped the medal table in Minsk with a total of nine medals from 19 events, including five golds.

She spoke to Oliver Hides and Steve James on BBC Radio Wales.

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