British cyclist Jason Kenny became the host nation's first double gold medallist of London 2012 today with a breathtaking sprint finish.
Just four days after the 6,000-strong crowd exploded with noise as Kenny took his first gold with team-mates Sir Chris and Philip Hindes, the 24-year-old sprinted down the home straight to glory.
Kenny punched the air before cycling around the track with both arms outstretched.
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