Rio Recap: Jason Kenny becomes Britain's joint-most successful Olympian

Laura Trott and Jason Kenny. Picture by: Patrick Semansky / AP/Press Association Images

Rio Recap: Jason Kenny becomes Britain's joint-most successful Olympian

Laura Trott and Jason Kenny. Picture by: Patrick Semansky / AP/Press Association Images

The track cycling competition ended in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday night, with Great Britain dominating the final session, as it had done the whole competition in Brazil.

Jason Kenny won the Men's Keiren event after two false starts to win his sixth Olympic gold medal. The 28-year-old has now won six Olympic gold medals and a silver medal to match Chris Hoy's Olympic record.

Kenny's fiance Laura Trott won the Women's Omnium less than an hour earlier. She has now won four Olympic gold medals since London 2012.

Every member of Britain's track cycling team won a medal, as the team left the Rio Velodrome with six golds, four silvers and a bronze.

On the track, Jamaica's Omar McLeod won the 110-metres hurdles final. The 22-year-old first-time Olympian defeated Spain's Orlando Ortega to the win, with Dimitri Bascou finishing in third.

The was a shock in the Women's 1,500-metres final as Ethiopia's Genzebe Dibaba was beaten to gold. The 25-year-old World Champion was beaten by Kenya's Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon.

In gymnastics, the artistic competition ended with another gold for Simone Biles. The American teenager won her fourth gold of the Games by beating compatriot Alexandra Raisman to gold in the Women's Floor competition.