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from Reuters UK

Cycling - Skinner powers Britain home to team sprint gold

2016 Rio Olympics - Cycling Track - Final - Men's Team Sprint Final Gold Race - Rio Olympic Velodrome - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 11/08/2016. Callum Skinner (GBR) of Great Britain, Jason Kenny (GBR) of Great Britain and Philip Hindes (GBR) of Great Britain celebrate after winning the race and setting a new Olympic record. Many congratulations!!

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from The Telegraph

Team GB win Rio gold in dramatic team sprint final as Jason Kenny claims his fourth Olympic title

Callum Skinner, Jason Kenny and Philip Hindes of Great Britain celebrate…

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Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Callum Skinner of Great Britain celebrate after winning gold and getting an Olympic record in the Men's Team Sprint

from the Guardian

Hindes, Kenny and Skinner pip New Zealand to gold in men’s cycling team sprint

Великобритании Филип Hindes, Джейсон Кенни и Каллум Скиннер показать команде мужской спринт золотые медали на Олимпийском Велодроме.

(L-R) Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy of Great Britain celebrate with their gold medals during the medal ceremony after setting a new world record in the Men's Team Sprint Track Cycling final on Day 6

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from BBC Sport

Rio Olympics 2016: Great Britain win third straight team sprint gold

Great Britain set an Olympic record to win a third straight men's team sprint gold with a shock victory against world champions New Zealand. Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny - who claimed his fourth Olympic gold - and Callum Skinner won in 42.440 seconds.

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from BBC Sport

Sir Chris Hoy leads GB to cycling gold in men's team sprint

Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy - Cycling - London 2012 - Mens Team Sprint

from BBC News

The UK year in pictures 2012

The country celebrated as its Olympians took third place in the final medal table behind the United States and China. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were regulars in the crowd and are seen here celebrating as Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy of Great Britain win gold and set a new world record in the Men's Team Sprint Track Cycling.