Sir Chris Hoy leads GB to cycling gold in men's team sprint
Great Britain defended their team sprint Olympic title as Sir Chris Hoy, Jason Kenny and Philip Hindes powered to gold.
Having set a world record of 42.747 seconds in qualifying for the gold medal race, the British team smashed it again to beat France in 42.600 seconds.
The medal represents Hoy's fifth gold, matching Sir Steve Redgrave's record of Olympic titles in rowing.
Germany beat Australia in the battle for the bronze medal.
The triumph is also GB's sixth medal of the day, and their third gold, after success in canoe slalom, double trap shooting, rowing and judo.
Both Hoy and Kenny won gold in Beijing four years ago, but they were joined by Hindes, 19, who led from the front.