Thomas keen for more medal glory
Olympic Gold-medalist Geraint Thomas is sure the Team GB cycling team can emulate their 2008 Olympic success in London this summer.
The British Cycling team won an impressive 14 medals four years ago, a haul that included eight Golds, as they dominated on the track in Beijing. Thomas, who was part of the Gold-winning men's team pursuit quartet in 2008, believes the atmosphere is building in the camp ahead of the London Games and the 25-year-old says the team can again do well in the medals table. He said: "I haven't ridden the worlds since 2008 but it definitely feels like that vibe is back in the team, that confidence that whenever a GB rider steps on to the track they're looking to get a medal, and if they don't they're disappointed. "I don't see why we can't emulate Beijing."