Laura Trott, Jason Kenny win British gold

Laura Trott waves to fans as she celebrates winning the Pro Women's Grand Prix during the Prudential RideLondon on August 3, 2013
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Olympic champions Jason Kenny and Laura Trott win gold medals at the British Cycling National Track Championships in Manchester.

Olympic champions Jason Kenny and Laura Trott won gold medals at the British Cycling National Track Championships in Manchester on Friday.

Kenny was victorious in the men's keirin, with Matthew Crampton and Lewis Oliva coming second and third respectively.

Meanwhile, Trott won her second gold of the week by winning the points race, beating Dani King and Elinor Barker.

Trott had earlier triumphed in the women's individual pursuit on Thursday.

"It was really hard, it was a tough race; it's not like a pursuit; that's predictable but in the points people use different tactics so you never know what's going to happen," Trott told reporters.

Jess Varnish also claimed her second title of the week, adding a sprint championships success to her 500m time trial win.

Sam Harrison took gold in the men's scratch, with Ed Clancy second and Steven Burke third.

Great Britain's Ed Clancy celebrates with his Bronze medal on August 5th, 2012
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