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Kennaugh pips Swift to men's national road race title

Peter Kennaugh timed his run to perfection to outsprint Ben Swift by a wheel’s length and take the 2014 British Cycling men’s road race title in...


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Kennaugh stars on the track in Revolution Series

Team GB cyclist Peter Kennaugh was the star of the show at the Revolution Series event in Manchester as he lapped the field no less than seven t...


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List of Olympians in New Year Honours


Ben Ainslie - sailing

Bradley Wiggins - cycling


Katherine Grainger - rowing

Jessica Ennis - at...


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Wiggins to play second fiddle at Worlds

Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins is set to play a team role for Great Britain at the Road World Championships later this month, for which d...


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Wiggins & Cavendish set for Danish event

Tour de France winner and Olympic time-trial champion Bradley Wiggins will return to action for Team Sky at this month's Post Danmark Rundt.



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Medal Record

London 2012
  • 1 Gold
  • 0 Silver
  • 0 Bronze


Another GB cyclist from the Isle of Man and a close friend of Mark Cavendish, Peter Kennaugh began his competitive career aged six in BMX.

Kennaugh was part of the GB team pursuit quartet that won 2012 World Championships gold in Melbourne, setting a new world record in the process.

Equally adept on the road, Kennaugh made his Grand Tour debut in the 2010 Vuelta a Espana before Team Sky pulled out due to the death of masseur Txema Gonzalez, while he finished 86th in the 2011 Giro d’Italia.

At the 2012 Olympics in London, Kennaugh won gold in cycling track, team pursuit with partners Ed Clancy, Geraint Thomas and Steven Burke.