Pendleton targets next gold
Victoria Pendleton is determined to go out on a high and is targeting a second Gold medal of the London Olympics 2012.
The Great Britain track cycling star put the disappointment of her women's team sprint disqualification behind her to win the keirin on Friday night in emphatic fashion.
Pendleton showed great character to bounce back from her shock exit alongside team-mate Jess Varnish in the team sprint to win an event, which is not considered her strongest.
Now the 31-year-old is looking to claim gold in the individual sprint after which she will be retiring from the sport.
She 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. It is not going to be a Sir Steve Redgrave situation where he said he was retiring and jumped back in a boat. There is no way I am coming back."