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Sir Hoy finishes for gold

London 2012 - After the pace bike pulls off, Sir Chris Hoy revs up to win an exciting gold medal race in the men’s keirin.
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Holding omnium gold

London 2012 - A top result in the time trial even allowed Great Britain’s Laura Trott to score enough point to surpass USA’s Sarah Hammer to win gold in the women’s omnium. Here Trott celebrates with her medal.
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Start of men's keirin finals

London 2012 - The Keirin race is unique because riders follow a motorised pace bike who leaves the track just over 600 metres before the finish. Here the riders start the gold medal race as the motor bike arrives.
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Trott takes a victory lap

London 2012 - Laura Trott (GBR) take a spin on her road bike to celebrate winning the women's omnium.
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Omnium podium

London 2012 - The women’s omnium consists of six events, but the podium consists of three winners: Australia’s Annette Edmondson in bronze, Sarah Hammer of the USA in silver, and Laura Trott in gold for Great Britain.
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Men’s Keirin finals action

London 2012 - The camera finds German Maximillian Levy among the six cyclists competing for gold in the men’s Keirin final.
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