Bradley Wiggins and co 'break team pursuit world record' in training run

According to reports, the men's team pursuit squad beat the four-year-old world record while training for the Olympic Games

(Andy Jones)

(Image credit: Andy Jones)

The track cycling events at the Olympic Games in Rio are still two weeks away, but Great Britain's men's team pursuit squad have showed they are right where they need to be in practice.

Training at the Newport Velodrome while at their pre-Games holding camp in south Wales, the four-man squad reportedly beat the world record time for the four kilometre event.

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