A legend in Paralympic sport, Sarah Storey writes about the competition at the Games and shares her account of what happened.
Paralympic Games legend Sarah Storey with Part 1 of her blog on London 2012
Sarah Storey joined Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson as Britain’s most successful female Paralympian with a dominant performance to triumph in the 64km race, securing her fourth gold at London 2012.
Paralympics: Gold for Sarah Storey, Silver for Mark Colbourne & Karen Darke, Bronze for David Stone in the time trials at Brands Hatch
GB top medal table in track cycling after a 1-2 in the tandem men’s B Sprint, a Team Sprint silver and women’s B Pursuit bronze on the final day of action in the Velodrome.
More Gold for Sarah Storey & husband Barney as Neil Fachie tops tandem podium after Anthony Kappes/Craig MacLean misses out
Mark Colbourne set a new world record as he won his first ever Paralympic gold medal in the C1 Individual 3km Pursuit while Darren Kenny also broke a world record winning a bronze medal.
Great Britain’s Mark Colbourne breaks World Record and qualifies for C1 Individual Pursuit Final!
Two medals for Great Britain on day 1 with Gold and world record for Sarah Storey and a Silver for Mark Colbourne making his debut at the Paralympic Games
Ahead of the opening ceremony this evening, Jody Cundy and Mark Colbourne are excited and focused on achieving Paralympic dreams
Jody Cundy unveils his racing ‘leg’ for London 2012 Paralympic Games
Crystal Lane late addition to ParalympicsGB team which will compete at London 2012
The final day in the Olympic Velodrome saw Sir Chris Hoy and Laura Trott win two more Gold medals and Victoria Pendleton a Silver during a session full of drama.
King Kenny wins third Gold medal of his career at 24 after blitzing former World Champion Gregory Bauge whilst Trott and Pendleton in the box seat for more cycling Gold
A fantastic Bronze medal for Ed Clancy in the Men’s Omnium whilst Kenny and Pendleton storm on towards more medals
Brits on fire again for morning session of day 3 as Kenny and Clancy rule the show for Great Britain & Record Breaking Spree Ends in Gold for the Golden Girls
Sensational Gold medals for the Men’s Team Pursuit and Victoria Pendleton crowned a fantastic night for GB at the Olympic Velodrome in East London.
Highs and Lows for GB as they win Gold in Men’s Team Sprint, set world records in all events and are DQ’d in Women’s Team Sprint
GB Paracycling rider Mark Colbourne writes about his current training preparations going into the final phase towards London 2012 as well as his adventures off the bike.
A 1-3 for Great Britain as Wiggins wins the Gold whilst Chris Froome takes the Bronze. Tony Martin is second.
Kristin Armstrong defends her Olympic title whilst Pooley is back in 6th & Armitstead 10th
Olympic cycle race on Box Hill brings on the feel good factor as massive event brings people together
Marianne Vos is the 2012 Women’s Olympic Champion after a fantasically aggressive finale to the Women’s Road Race Championship in London
The 2012 Olympic Road Race in London has been won by Alexandre Vinokourov after an enthralling race around the Surrey Lanes as GB took on the Rest of the World
Great Britain’s Para-Cycling squad will put the finishing touches to their Paralympic preparations on the Bournemouth track.
Jody Cundy and Mark Colbourne are amongst the mix of multi-medallists and new talent named in the Road and Track Para-Cycling teams for ParalympicsGB
The BOA select Lizzie Armitstead, Nicole Cooke, Lucy Martin and Emma Pooley for Olympic road race — Laws & Colclough miss out
After a rigorous six-month selection process aimed at creating a gold medal winning team, two Rapha Condor Sharp riders, Ed Clancy and Andy Tennant, have been selected for the GB cycling team at the London Olympic Games.
Gordon Wiseman talks to Alex Dowsett who’s road season is only just getting started after a crash in Belgium
When it comes the London Olympics, Dani King, Joanna Rowsell, Wendy Houvenaghel and Laura Trott will have a former rider in their corner who knows what it takes to win Olympic Gold, Paul Manning.
Cameron Meyer has withdrawn from the Australian shadow track cycling team for the London Olympic Games.
Gold for Ben Swift in the Scratch race and Gold and a World Record in the Team Pursuit for Geraint Thomas, Ed Clancy, Peter Kennaugh and Steven Burke.
Cycling Australia has announced the Cyclones (Australian) team to contest the 2012 UCI Track World Championships being staged in Melbourne from 4 to 8 April.
The team for the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne (Australia) has been announced
Latest reports, results and photos from the final day of competition will see the final of the Men’s Team Pursuit, Men’s Sprint, Women’s Keirin, Women’s Omnium
Australian team press release: West Australia’s Melissa Hoskins launched a successful solo attack late in the women’s scratch race to claim the first gold medal awarded at the final round of the UCI Track World Cup Series on London’s Olympic Velodrome
Latest reports, results and photos from the third day of competition in the 2012 London World Cup at the Olympic Velodrome. The day’s racing features Women’s Individual Pursuit, Women’s Omnium, Men’s Omnium (final day), Women’s Sprint, and Men’s Keirin.
World records, gold medals and 6,000 people going nuts anytime a GB rider stepped onto the track. Day 2 was one of the most exciting nights I have ever seen!
Australia’s team pursuit men set the fastest qualifying time and the women an Australian record to give the Cyclones a solid start to the final round of the UCI Track World Cup Series being staged at London’s Olympic Velodrome.
Latest reports, results and photos from the opening session of the 2012 London World Cup at the Olympic Velodrome. Tonight’s racing features the Men’s and Women’s Team Pursuit qualifying rounds
Interview with the four time Olympic Champion Sir Chris Hoy ahead of the London World Cup starting on Friday for Chris.
Latest reports, results and photos from the biggest World Cup since the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
The British queen of Women’s Sprinting will retire from international racing after the Olympics and this weekend will be the start of the final part of that journey with the World Cup on the Olympic boards.
One of two female sprinters in the GB team for the London World Cup is Halesowen’s Jess Varnish sprinting to be selected in her first Olympics
The performance manager for Team GB Shane Sutton in a very interesting, forthright and revealing interview about the team for the London World Cup and beyond.
This Thursday, the track cycling world will stop and focus on the performances and action at the Olympic Velodrome in London.
The final day of the competition saw Jody Cundy ending the competition with a Silver medal in the Team Sprint
The GB Para-Cycling Team wraps up the Para-Cycling Track World Championship with 8 golds, 7 silvers and 2 bronzes
After winning the Bronze medal in the 4km Individual Pursuit yesterday, Jody was up in the 1km Time Trial today to defend his World Championship crown.
GB Cycling Team goes for gold on Day 3 of Para-Cycling Track World Championships in LA
After winning his first Gold in the Pursuit on day 2, Mark Colbourne followed that up with yet another medal in the Kilometre.
With less than a week before the London World Cup, VeloUK caught up with Ed Clancy and Dani King on Tuesday of this week to see what they were up to in probably the most crucial week of training before the taper starts next week in London.
The racing at the London World will be properly serious says Matt Crampton who is ready to rock and roll on the Olympic track in just over a week.
London girl Joanna Rowsell is really looking forward to racing on the Olympic Track for the first time after being selected for the Great Britain Cycling Team to race the World Cup in two weeks.
Olympic Champion Ed Clancy — “I’m guessing the Aussies are not going to go any slower than a 55 or56, if not quicker, but I’d like to think we will take the fight to them”.
Sir Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton lead a British team of 16 riders for the London World Cup in February (16-19) to held on the same velodrome used for the London Olympics
After his last hit out at Revolution 36, Olympic Champion Jason Kenny says there is nothing between anyone in the race for places at the London Olympics
Great Britain Para-Cycling Squad ready to chase World titles in the USA
Cycling Australia has confirmed the riders selected in the Cyclones team to contest the final round of the UCI Track World Cup Series being staged in London from 16 to 18 February.
VeloUK’s Q & A with a World Champion who is going to Los Angeles to bring back more rainbow jerseys – Sarah Storey