Laura Kenny makes racing return at Revolution in London

Double 2016 Rio Olympic champion Laura Kenny returns to the boards as she takes part in the Revolution Champions League event in London on December 2/3

Laura Kenny at Revolution

(Image credit: Revolution)

Laura Kenny (née Trott) will make her racing return at the Revolution Champions League event in London on December 2/3, having taken a break from competition after claiming two gold medals at he 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

Kenny successfully defended her omnium Olympic title in Rio, as well as once again being part of the winning Great Britain team pursuit squad. Her four Olympic medals mean that Kenny is now Britain's most decorated female Olympian of all time.

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