Rio Olympics 2016: Jason Kenny and Callum Skinner reach men's sprint final

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Callum Skinner and Jason Kenny

Great Britain are guaranteed gold and silver in the Olympic men's sprint after both Jason Kenny and Callum Skinner reached the final in Rio.

Four-time gold medallist Kenny, 28, lost the first race of his best-of-three semi-final to Russia's Denis Dmitriev but powered to two successive wins to progress.

Skinner, 23, needed just two races to beat Australian Matthew Glaetzer.

Sunday's final between Kenny and Skinner starts at 21:04 BST.

Both won gold medals in the team sprint, on Thursday.

London 2012 champion Kenny broke the Olympic record in his last-16 race against German Maximilian Levy, clocking 10.245 seconds.

That beat the 10.254 set by Skinner in the previous heat.

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