Gold for GB's cyclists at World Track Championships

Gold rush for GB cyclists

Brilliant Britain have taken home two gold medals at the World Track Cycling Championships.

It topped a great day at the competition for team GB, as Jason Kenny and Simon Yates both won their events.

Kenny, who won two golds at London 2012, won the Keirin and Yates won the points race.

It takes GB's medal tally to 6, and puts them top of the table with only 7 of 19 events events left at the competition in Belarus.

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