Great Britain's men's team pursuit - Clancy, Steven Burke, Geraint Thomas and Peter Kennaugh were roared home as they beat rivals Australia for gold. "It just blows your mind," said Clancy, part of the quartet that won the same event in Beijing in 2008. Clancy, 27, from Huddersfield, (Yorkshire) won gold in the men's team pursuit. He also took bronze in the omnium.
Two golds in five minutes: British take victory in canoeing pairs, men's shooting and men's cycling - to send Team GB soaring up the medal table
Great Britain followed up a spectacular Day 5 with another beauty on Day 6. In total, they collected six medals—three golds and three silvers. The men's cycling won gold in the team sprint over France and Germany—breaking the world record in the process (via Sky Sports).
Great Britain post a new world record time Geraint Thomas, Steven Burke, Edward Clancy, and Peter Kennaugh of Great Britain post a new world record time during men's Team Pursuit Track Cycling Qualifying on Day 6.