Pendleton looking to "smash" final race
HID Olympics 2012,
Team GB's Victoria Pendleton says she's aiming to "smash" her final event, the women's individual sprint, before she retires.
After being disqualified in the team sprint, the 31-year-old bounced back in superb style by claiming Gold in the keirin on Friday.
Pendleton has already announced that she plans to retire after the games, meaning she will have extra motivation going into Tuesday's sprint final.
After experiencing the highs and lows of the Olympics in the last few days, the Brit star says she's looking to go out with a bang and certainly won't be coming back.
"I wanted to win all three but these things happen. I will rest, come back and smash the sprint," Pendleton said. "I have not had a 24 hours like this before and I wouldn't want it again. I am glad to be retiring."
"I am definitely not having any second thoughts, not in a million years," she added.