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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.
IOC/Jason Evans
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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.
IOC/Jason Evans
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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.
IOC/Jason Evans
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Raymon Van Der Biezen of Netherlands

Raymon Van Der Biezen of Netherlands competes during the Men's BMX Cycling on Day 12 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at BMX Track on August 8, 2012 in London, England.
2012 Getty Images
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4th Olympic Gold for Bradley Wiggins

London – 1 August 2012: In the space of less than a month, Bradley Wiggins won the Tour de France, then became Olympic time trial champion in front of a home crowd. Here he poses with his gold medal, holding aloft the British flag, with the pride of winning of his fourth gold medal at three Olympic Games, but his very first on the road.
CIO Christopher FURLONG
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Individual time trial podium

London – 1 August 2012: Great Britain’s Bradley Wiggins (gold), flanked by Germany’s Tony Martin (silver) and his fellow countryman Chris Froome (bronze) on the podium for the men’s road time trial, in front of Hampton Court Palace in Richmond-Upon-Thames, Greater London. Wiggins won this event to take his fourth Olympic gold medal, but the first on the road... only a few days after completing the Tour de France on the Champs Elysées wearing the yellow jersey.
CIO Christopher FURLONG
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