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.
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.
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