All 15 members of Great Britain’s track cycling team will be bringing home a medal
Team GB’s incredible performance in track cycling ended on a highÂ after Katy Marchant secured herself a bronze medal in Rio.
Marchant came third in the women’s sprint, behind fellow Brit Becky James and Germany’s Kristina Vogel, marking aÂ significant moment for the cycling team…
Now every single Team GB cyclist will be bringing home at least one medal.
In the final night of action, Team GB’s golden couple Laura Trott and Jason Kenny powered to victory in the velodrome, adding two more golds to the country’s medal haul.
The 15 British track cycling athletes have won a whopping 11 medals between them – six of which were gold, four silver and one bronze.
Here’s who won what…
Laura Trott – Gold in women’s omnium, gold in women’s team pursuit.
Katy Marchant – Bronze in women’s team sprint.
Mark Cavendish – Gold in men’s team pursuit, silver in men’s omnium.
Joanna Rowsell – Gold in women’s team pursuit
Jason Kenny – Gold in men’s sprint, gold in men’s team sprint and gold in men’s keirin.
Rebecca James – Silver in women’s sprint and silver in women’s keirin.
Bradley Wiggins – Gold in men’s team pursuit.
Callum Skinner – Gold in men’s team sprint and silver in men’s sprint.
Elinor Barker – Gold in women’s team pursuit.
Katie Archibald – Gold in women’s team pursuit.
Ed Clancy – Gold in men’s team pursuit.
Phillip Hindes – Gold in men’s team sprint.
Owain Doull – Gold in men’s team pursuit.
Ciara Horne – Gold in women’s team pursuit.
Steven Burke – Gold in men’s team pursuit.