With Tokyo 2020 now just one year away, it’s time to relive some of the greatest Olympic moments in history. Today, 3 August 2020, the Rio 2016 women's cycling track sprint final.
The schedule for Tokyo 2020 has been confirmed, venues announced and while athletes around the world are busy gearing up to qualify for the greatest show on Earth, it's time to enjoy 16 days full of the most unforgettable, inspiring and exciting memories from the past as preparations for Tokyo 2020 gather pace!
Rio 2016 Women's Cycling Track Sprint Final
It was a sprint that came down to the wire. Great Britain's Rebecca 'Becky' James went into the gold medal race off the back of the silver in the keirin event. She was up against back-to-back World Champion Kristina Vogel of Germany, who had just won bronze in the team sprint.
Leading in a best of three, Vogel felt something wrong with her bike and just centimetres from clinching gold, the German lost her seat.
Join us at the Rio Summer Olympic Games in 2016 as Kristina Vogel claims the gold medal for Germany, and Rebecca James and Katy Marchant win silver and bronze for Great Britain in the women's sprint final