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Pregnant Laura Kenny to turn attention towards 2020 Olympics after her baby is born

Laura Kenny is keen to taste more success in Tokyo. Credit: ITV/PA

Hertfordshire cyclist Laura Kenny says she's determined that the birth of her baby won't stop her competing at the Tokyo Olympics in three years time.

The 25-year-old and her husband Jason are expecting their first child in August.

Laura has already won four gold medals across two Olympics, but speaking to 'Good Morning Britain', she insisted she's still as hungry as ever to add to her collection.

I want to target 2020. But, it's going to be different.

It's obviously going to be a change, it's going to be a lot harder but with getting our support system together, both mine and Jason's mums are going to be really helpful in helping out and getting us there.

– Laura Kenny, Olympic champion

Laura also revealed that she's still exercising for two hours every day, but is planning to give herself at least six weeks off after her baby arrives.

"It's easier growing a baby than it is riding a bike," she said.

"I do up to two hours a day. It will be like an hour on the bike in my garage and then I'll go to the gym or something else afterwards.

"It's on a static bike and everything's capped at 90%. I'd like to say I'm going to have six week completely off afterwards and then slowly get myself back in."