Elimination from men's sprint could mean Kenny has to chase qualification points for February's Track Cycling World Championships.
Olympic champion Jason Kenny suffered an embarrassing early elimination from the men's sprint
Mark Cavendish had urine thrown at him by a spectator during today's time trial in the Tour de France.
Cheshire Paralympian Sarah Storey will race for her third gold medal of London 2012 today.
She's competing in the women's individual C5 time trial in the velodrome.
Sarah, who's from Disley in Cheshire, won Paralympics GB's first gold medal of the Games.
Her two golds were for the Pursuit and the 500m TT.
Bolton cyclist Jason Kenny will be bringing home his second gold medal from this year's London Olympics, after finishing first in the men's individual sprint.
Kenny's already won gold in the men's team sprint.
Jason Kenny has won gold in the men's sprint.
Kenny claimed his second gold of the games by beating Frenchman Gregory Bauge.
Mark Cavendish showed he's in good form ahead of the Tour de France and Olympics after winning the Ster ZLM Toer in Holland.
The Isle of Man cyclist had an eight-second lead over his nearest challenger going into today's final stage and he kept that advantage to finish safely to take the overall win
A delighted Cavendish said: "I've been second a couple of times in the past but this is my first General Classification win and I'm really, really happy with it."
He added: "I wanted to be in my best form and definitely am so I'm looking forward to France now. You've got to start the Tour de France as fresh as possible - especially so this year with the Olympics so soon after."
Team GB can only select one rider to enter the sprint event in London this summer, so Kenny’s victory over Hoy in yesterday’s semi-final may give him the edge.
– Jason Kenny
Every race this year leading up to the Olympics has been important.
We've both shown we can still race at a good level, finishing second and third. There was nothing between us in the actual race - the first one went down to a tyre's width.
There's not a lot more I can do now than go home, concentrate on getting quicker and what will be will be selection-wise. We'll just see what happens.