Peter Kennaugh beats Chris Boardman's 22-year-old Isle of Man record

Team Sky's Peter Kennaugh beats Chris Boardman's Snaefell Mountain Course record by six seconds and bags himself a £3,000 prize

Peter Kennaugh on stage sixteen of the 2015 Tour de France

(Image credit: Watson)

The longest standing cycling record on the Isle of Man is no more, with Team Sky's Peter Kennaugh beating Chris Boardman's time on the Snaefell Mountain Course.

The Manxman, who won gold for Team GB in the team pursuit at the London 2012 Olympics, made his way round the TT course in 1hr 23m 48s to beat Boardman's time by just six seconds.

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