Having won numerous World and European titles as a junior, Jason took a massive leap in 2008 when he was selected for the Olympics squad and found himself on the plane to Beijing. After putting in some strong times during training, he was selected for the Team Sprint, alongside seasoned Sprint riders Jamie Staff and Chris Hoy, giving Jason his first taste of Olympic victory at just 20 years of age.

Emerging from the shadow of Sir Chris Hoy, who claimed Gold to Jason’s Silver in the Individual Sprint in Beijing, Jason was chosen ahead of Sir Chris for the same event for the London 2012 Games – and proved the decision correct by winning Gold, defeating his great rival, Frenchman Gregory Bauge. Jason also retained his Olympic title in 2012 in the Team Sprint alongside Sir Chris and Philip Hindes, catapulting him to national fame and recognition.

Born and bred in Bolton, Jason has had the leisure centre at the Bolton One complex named after him and is justifiably proud of that fact. Jason was back in the saddle within a month of finishing racing at the London Olympics, and his preparation and determination immediately paid off – he won Keirin Gold in the World Championships in Minsk in February 2013.

Despite huge success already, Jason remains focussed on his ultimate goal - the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016.

  • 2013

  • World Championships Gold Keirin
  • 2012

  • Olympic Games Gold Individual Sprint
    Olympic Games Gold Team Sprint
    World Championships Silver Individual Sprint
    World Championships Bronze Keirin
  • 2011

  • World Championships Gold Individual Sprint
    World Championships Silver Team Sprint
  • 2010

  • World Championships Bronze Team Sprint
    European Championships Gold Keirin
    European Championships Bronze Individual Sprint
    European Championships Bronze Team Sprint
  • 2009

  • World Championships Silver Team Sprint
    European Championships Silver Keirin
    European Championships Silver Individual Sprint
    European Championships Silver Team Sprint
  • 2008

  • Olympic Games Gold Team Sprint
    Olympic Games Silver Individual Sprint
  • 2006

  • Junior World Championships Gold Keirin
    Junior World Championships Gold Individual Sprint
    Junior World Championships Gold Team Sprint
  • Jason Gold

    Gold in Minsk

    I was pretty confident going into the World Championships in Minsk, and I’m delighted with my Gold medal in the Keirin – but the manner in which I won was not something I’m used to and it was a very odd feeling. Obviously the Team Sprint and the early rounds of the Keirin didn’t exactly…Read More

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    Kenny takes Keirin Gold in 2013 World Championships

    Jason Kenny, taking the scenic route and turning his coaches grey in the process, claimed one of the best wins of his stellar career on Friday night when he came through a dramatic day to take gold in the keirin at the Track Cycling World Championships in Minsk.

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    Kenny learned of honour in Oz

    Two-time London 2012 Olympic champion Jason Kenny received word of his OBE while in Australia training for further glory. The 24-year-old from Bolton won sprint and team sprint gold at the Olympic Velodrome in August as Britain’s cyclists won seven out of 10 titles on the track.

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    Jason Kenny crashes in Keirin final

    A dramatic crash ended Jason Kenny’s bid to win the gold medal in the keirin at the Track World Cup in Glasgow. The triple Olympic gold medallist fell in the closing stages of the final after clipping the wheel of Germany’s Stefan Boetticher.

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    Jason Kenny eyes World title success

    Triple Olympic champion Jason Kenny wants to use this week’s Track World Cup in Glasgow as a catalyst to help him add to his solitary world title. Kenny, 24, has won six World Championship medals in sprint events, but three are silver and two bronze.

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    Kenny plots track sprint reign with Glasgow calling

    Great Britain’s Olympic champion cyclist Jason Kenny wants to use his success in the London Velodrome to start a reign of supremacy in world track sprinting. The 24-year-old British Cycling Olympic Podium Programme athlete won two gold medals in the team and individual sprint disciplines in August to add to his gold and silver from…Read More

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    Jason Kenny pedalling a new line in ambition

    Jason Kenny is desperate to get that winning feeling back as he attempts to race himself out of a post-Olympic rut. Jason has struggled to motivate himself after the Olympics (The 24-year-old, who won team and individual sprint gold in London, said: ‘I’ve really suffered in the motivation department and can’t understand why as I’ve…Read More

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    BBC Mens Sprint Olympic World Record

    Chosen ahead of defending champion Chris Hoy in the individual sprint, Kenny beat his great rival, Gregory Bauge of France, for gold. That came just days after victory in the team sprint, a win that came despite Philip Hindes’ dramatic start gate crash in the heat.

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    Medal hero Jason in line for an award

    GOLDEN boy Jason Kenny will be taking to the podium again to receive another sporting honour. The three-time gold Olympic medal winner will be presented with an Outstanding Elite Achievement Award — recognising him as Bolton’s most successful Olympian.

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    Olympic heroes in plea to make Manchester’s roads safer

    Manchester’s Olympic bike heroes have called on transport chiefs to improve road safety for cyclists. Team GB stars Dani King, Joanna Rowsell and Jason Kenny say Britain’s roads must be made more cycling-friendly. Gold medallists Rowsell and King both said transport bosses should learn from Holland and Belgium, where they train.

  • Jason takes World Championship Gold in Minsk

    The 24-year-old three-time Olympic gold medallist rode the perfect Keirin race, squeezing through the six-man field on the penultimate lap and then powering past Maximilian Levy on the home straight.

  • Jason Kenny’s stealth suits strike for gold

    Jason Kenny is adept at flying under the radar and likes it that way. The Lancastrian has three Olympic gold medals, ranks eighth in the standings of British Olympians at only 24, but has not made it on to cereal packets or advertising hoardings.

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    Jason Kenny takes sprint cycling gold

    Britain’s Jason Kenny added individual sprint gold to his Olympic team title with a thrilling victory over world champion Gregory Bauge in the final. Kenny surged past his French opponent to take the first race and sealed his win by holding him off in the second.

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    Olympian Jason Kenny makes Ginetta debut

    A three-time Olympic cycling gold medallist has made the switch from two to four wheels to get a taste of motor racing in a sports car made in West Yorkshire. Jason Kenny was behind the wheel of his G20, made by Leeds-based Ginetta, for the first time since he bought the car before his medal-winning…Read More

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    Jason Kenny joins thousands at final Sky Ride of 2012 in Bolton

    7500 people took to their bikes for Sky Ride Bolton today and enjoyed a great day of traffic-free cycling and fun activities. Boltonians and visitors cycled along the 5km route that led past Bolton’s historic Town Hall and Olympic Champion Jason Kenny’s golden post box.

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    Sir Chris Hoy’s achievements can be matched

    Double Olympic champion Jason Kenny says it is “physically possible” to emulate the likes of Sir Chris Hoy and Sir Steve Redgrave in retaining gold medals at consecutive Olympics but has his sights set on the Track Cycling World Championships in Belarus next year.

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    Jason Kenny on being chosen over Chris Hoy

    Jason Kenny says he thought he was “in trouble” when called to a meeting with cycling management but instead found out he had secured GB’s 2012 sprint place. The decision means Olympic sprint champion Sir Chris Hoy will only be able to defend two of the three titles he won in Beijing in 2008.

  • Hoy and Kenny record wins as Six Days of Rotterdam begins

    Great Britain’s Sir Chris Hoy and Jason Kenny both claimed victories on the opening evening of the Six Days of Rotterdam meeting. The duo, who won two golds each at the London Olympic Games, took the team sprint, keirin and individual sprint titles collectively in Thursday night’s action.


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