Trott and Kenny win gold
Olympic champions Laura Trott and Jason Kenny both won gold at the British Cycling National Track Championships in Manchester on Friday night.
Trott followed up her success in the women's individual pursuit on Thursday with glory in the points race, with the 21-year-old, who also won double gold at the World Championships in February in Minsk, finishing ahead of Dani King and Elinor Barker.
"It was really hard, it was a tough race; it's not like a pursuit; that's predictable but in the points people use different tactics so you never know what's going to happen," Trott said afterwards.
Kenny, a three-time Olympic gold medallist, held off the challenge of Matthew Crampton in the men's keirin, with Lewis Oliva coming third.
"It was nitty gritty on Matt's (Crampton) wheel in third place. I was just happy to hold station knowing Matt was one of the race favourites," said Kenny.
Jess Varnish claimed her second title of the week, following up her success in the women's 500 metres time trial on Wednesday with success in the sprint championships.
Sam Harrison walked away with the gold medal in the men's scratch, beating Olympic champion Ed Clancy into second with Steven Burke collecting the bronze, while Sophie Thornhill and Helen Scott (pilot) took the gold medals in the para-cycling pursuit.