Huddersfield lit up last night to celebrate the home-coming of gold medallist Ed Clancy. As soon as the display finished Ed rushed back to London for today's victory parade.
The official homecoming of cycling gold medallist Ed Clancy takes place in Huddersfield.Read the full story ›
Gold medal-winning cyclist Ed Clancy will be getting an official reception in his hometown of Huddersfield.Read the full story ›
Huddersfield's Ed Clancy was just 0.179 seconds off the pace in the Individual Pursuit event of the Men's Omnium.
Huddersfield's Ed Clancy bagged bronze tonight in the Omnium at the London 2012 velodrome to go with the gold he won in the team pursuit.Read the full story ›
Back in the saddle after riding to Olympic glory yesterday Ed Clancy from Huddersfield had another stunning performance today this time in the 250m flying lap.
Ed leads the men's omnium after riding his lap in 12.566 seconds, more than half a second over his nearest rival, Shane Archibold of New Zealand. The flying lap is the first of six disciplines in the multi-event omnium.
Yorkshire cycling hero Ed Clancy's gold medal glory has been celebrated with a special commemorative stamp. Royal Mail issued the stamp after Ed led his team mates to triumph in the men's pursuit at the London 2012 Olympic Velodrome yesterday.
Holmfirth's Ed Clancy and his GB team-mates Geraint Thomas, Steven Burke and Peter Kennaugh have won a gold medal in the men's team pursuit finals in a new world record time of 3:51.659.
The British quartet, who won Track Cycling World Championships gold in Melbourne in April, now have successfully defended the title won by Clancy, Thomas, Bradley Wiggins and Paul Manning in Beijing. Clancy's focus will now turn to the six-discipline omnium, which is set to begin tomorrow.
Holmfirth's Ed Clancy retained his Olympic team-pursuit cycling title when he and the GB team smashed the world record in the velodrome.