Great Britain's Sarah Storey looks to Commonwealth Games after medal haul

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Sarah Storey says that she is looking to the Commonwealth Games in 2014 after winning her 11th gold medal in the C4-5 road race yesterday.

Great Britain's Sarah Storey has already set her sights on dominating the Commonwealth Games in 2014 after grabbing four golds at London 2012.

The Paralympic cyclist, who has been tipped to receive recognition in the New Year's Honours list, equalled Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson's record of 11 gold medals after winning the women's C4-5 road race.

"I lined all the medals up along my bed last night and just looked at them," Storey told BBC Radio Five Live. "Each night I've looked at them together and thought about the next race.

"The 2014 Commonwealth Games are at home so I'm looking ahead to that. There are also a lot of options on the road for cycling. My team Escentual For VioRed are very ambitious and I hope to be a part of their plans."

Storey also picked up two gold medals in the velodrome last week.

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