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Jason Kenny retires from cycling, becomes GB sprint coach

Jason Kenny has retired from cycling to become British Cycling's men's podium sprint coach. It was reported that Britain's most successful Olympian would make the move a fortnight ago, but the news was officially confirmed on Thursday. Kenny has won seven gold medals and nine overall across four Olympic Games,...
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Jason Kenny retires and becomes Great Britain sprint coach

Great Britain’s most successful Olympian, Jason Kenny, will continue to help secure medals for his nation after he retires, swapping the track racing for a coaching role. British Cycling said that while Kenny is calling an end to the career which has seen him win seven Olympic titles across four Games, he will start a new one as the Podium Men’s Sprint Coach.

Jason Kenny: Great Britain's most successful Olympian retires

Jason Kenny, Great Britain's most successful Olympian of all time, has retired to take up a coaching job with British Cycling. The 33-year-old won seven gold medals and two silvers between 2008 and 2021. "A massive part of me would love to continue and try to get to Paris and...

Jason Kenny: A publicity-shy sprint king who became Britain’s greatest Olympian

Sir Jason Kenny has been Britain’s silent assassin on a bike for over a decade.Softly spoken, humble, and laid back – a self-professed “miserable sod” – Kenny is not one to make much noise until he climbs on to his bike.It is then he is transformed into an explosive machine.He is Britain’s most successful Olympian with seven gold medals and two silvers collected across four Games, from his debut in Beijing in 2008 to his thrilling final flourish on the last day in Tokyo.The 33-year-old had openly discussed the idea of carrying on until Paris after his stunning keirin gold...

British Olympic great Jason Kenny retires from cycling

MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Britain’s most decorated Olympian has retired. Cyclist Jason Kenny has taken up a role as sprint coach for Britain’s team ahead of the Paris Games in 2024. Kenny won seven gold medals and nine medals in total across four Olympic Games. No cyclist has won more. Britain’s cycling team will head to Paris looking to continue its proud record of finishing on the podium in every men’s sprint event since Beijing in 2008. That was Kenny’s first Games. He was knighted in Queen Elizabeth II’s New Year honors list in December. Kenny is married to fellow cyclist Laura Kenny, who has won five Olympic gold medals and a silver.