Jason Kenny CBE
// Manchester, UK
British track cyclist, 6x time Olympic gold medallist and multiple world champion.
7x Olympic Medals,
8x UCI Track Cycling World Championship medals,
2x Commonwealth Games medals,
6x UEC European Track Championship medals.
"I've never been motivated by chasing records. For me, it's about being the best I can be. "
Born and bred in Bolton, Jason has been riding bikes his entire life and spent much of his career working with and riding for British Cycling. Having won numerous World and European titles as a junior, Jason took a massive leap in 2008 when he was selected for the Team GB squad in the Bejing Olympics. He was selected for the Team Sprint, alongside seasoned Sprint riders Jamie Staff and Chris Hoy, giving Jason his first taste of Olympic victory at just 20 years of age. Emerging from the shadow of Sir Chris Hoy, who claimed Gold to Jason’s Silver in the Individual Sprint in Beijing, Jason was chosen ahead of Sir Chris for the same event for the London 2012 Games - and proved the correct decision by winning Gold. Jason also retained his Olympic title in 2012 in the Team Sprint alongside Sir Chris and Philip Hindes, catapulting him to national fame and recognition. Jason put on another truly remarkable performance at the 2016 Rio Olympics, taking three gold medals in the Team Sprint, Sprint and Keirin, and in doing so joining Sir Chris Hoy as the joint holder of the highest number of Olympic Gold medals for a British athlete. Jason married fellow track cyclist, Laura Trott in September 2016 and the couple welcomed their first child in August 2017.
British Cycling are famously private regarding the training that the Team GB Cycling team undertake in the National Cycling Centre. However Jason & Laura can provide access to a bespoke training experience into their world of cycling at the very highest level. Part of the National Cycling Centre, the Manchester Velodrome is an indoor Olympic-standard cycle-racing track and is one of the World’s finest and fastest indoor tracks. One lap is 250 metres and the bankings are 42.5 degrees.
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