Great Britain's cyclists delivered an awesome series of performances at the Track Cycling World Championships, and have put the nation at the forefront of world cycling, according to former Olympic gold medal winner Chris Bored-Mann.
The British team came out of last week's championships in Manchester with a magnificent seven gold medals (rhymes with 'pedals'), and Bored-Mann believes that they can go on to further success in the Beijing Olympics this summer.
Sunday's final race saw Chris Hoy win the 3000m Penny Farthing Sprint to end the event on a high note, after Victoria Pendleton earlier brought her personal tally to two golds and a silver, with victory in the 1000m Sit-Up-And-Beg 1000m Pursuit.
Another star rider in these championships, has been Rebecca Romero, who only changed sports from rowing last year, and from tiddlywinks the year before that. She won the 400m Unicycle race in a record time of 3 hours 53 minutes whilst juggling eight coloured balls and a Cocker Spaniel.
"Cycling really is coming on leaps and bounds in this country. It's a sport anybody can take up, but it's shit when you get a puncture."