Hertfordshire cyclist triumphs in Glasgow
Hertfordshire's Olympic cyclist Laura Trott hopes to follow in the footsteps of Victoria Pendleton and Bradley Wiggins by inspiring others.
Hertfordshire's Laura Trott is the new golden girl of British cycling.
Hertfordshire cyclist Laura Trott goes for another gold in the World Track Cycling Championships in Colombia tonight.
The Olympic champion takes part in the team pursuit. The race takes place at around 1120pm our time.
The national track cycling championships get underway in Manchester today.
Among the competitors will be double Olympic gold medallist, Laura Trott, from Hertfordshire.
She is one of several of Team GB's Olympic heroes to compete at the velodrome.
Now she was one of the star's of the Olympics, winning double Gold in cycling, and today Laura Trott was back at the Essex hospital where she was born to open a new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit..
20 year old Laura was a month premature when her Mum gave birth at the Princess Alexandra hospital in Harlow and was seriously ill but staff at the Unit ensured she made a full recovery as Russell Hookey explains