Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Everything you need to know about Jason Kenny

The British rider has six Olympic gold medals to his name and will be looking to add to his tally in Japan

Jason Kenny posing with his Hope Lotus bike before the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
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Jason Kenny CBE is the joint holder of the highest number of Olympic gold medals for a British athlete alongside fellow track cyclists Sir Chris Hoy with six. He also sits joint 25th for athletes from around the worldwide with American swimmer Michael Phelps holding the most at 23.

Kenny, 33 (born March 23 1988), comes into the Olympics with a chance of beating Sir Bradley Wiggins' tally of eight medals as he goes for gold in the match sprint, team sprint and the Keirin.

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