Jason Kenny is chasing Sir Chris Hoy's six golds and can write his name into Team GB Olympic history at Rio 2016

When Jason Kenny does the maths, catching Sir Chris Hoy’s record gold medal tally does not seem to add up. 
He has been racing for 10 years, he says, but is still only half-way to reaching Hoy’s haul of six. 
That still feels a long way off. Yet racing in the team sprint on Thursday, the individual sprint on Friday and the keirin on Tuesday, Kenny can reduce 10 years into six days to double his tally and, potentially at the end of it all, pull up a saddle alongside Team GB’s greatest Olympian.
‘That would be a hell of a week,’ he says, considering the prospect. 
‘What Chris has achieved is... read more

11 August 2016 in Sport, Views: 71
Source: Daily Mail

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