Team GB’s Jason Kenny has become the most decorated British Olympian ever, winning his seventh gold medal with victory in the men’s keirin cycling final on the last day of the Tokyo Olympics.
Kenny comfortably won the keirin final after making an early move to leave the leading pack trailing.
Malaysia’s Mohd Azizulhasni and Dutch rider Harrie Lavreysen won bronze and silver.
Laura Kenny has had a mixed day so far in the women’s omnium after she was involved in a nine-cyclist pile up in the first race.
She managed to claw back some points in the tempo but fell to 13th place after being elimination race and faces a tough battle for a medal in the points race.
Elsewhere in the Izu Velodrome, British rider Jack Carlin finished in eighth position overall after just missing out on a place in the final.
And Canada’s Kelsey Mitchell won gold in the women’s sprint race, defeating Ukraine’s Olena Starikova in two sprints.
Hong Kong’s Wai Sze Lee won the bronze medal.
Earlier in the day, British runners appeared in the marathon race but finished well outside the medal places.
Chris Thompson finished in 54th position but his compatriots Callum Hawkins, who struggled with an ankle injury and Ben Connor did not finish.
Pre-race favourite Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya won gold, with race partners Abdi Nageeye of the Netherland and Belgian rider Bashir Abdi finishing second and third respectively.