Tokyo, 6 August 2021 (TDI): Laura Kenny has become the first British woman to win gold at consecutive three Olympic games. Laura Kenny a 29-year-old woman and her teammate Katie Archibald have been crowned Madison Champions in Tokyo.
Both Kenny and Archibald produced a Madison masterclass to win gold with 78 points ahead of Denmark who won a silver medal. Laura Kenny is one of the most decorated female athletes with her fifth gold and sixth Olympic medal in the team of Great Britain. Later in the day, Jack Carlin won another medal for her nation Great Britain.
She also set the world record as winning the most medals won by a female British athlete. By winning five gold medals she is also one of the most successful female track cyclists in Olympic history. She has become the first British woman to win gold at three Olympic games. Almost now she has won 5 gold medals and one silver medal. Moreover, she is a seven-time world champion, 14-time European champion, and Commonwealth champion as well.