Olympic gold medalist Alistair Brownlee has said that he would "love" to enter the 10km track event at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The 24-year-old from Leeds stormed to victory in the triathlon at London 2012 on Tuesday, running the last 10km in a time of 29m 7s.
"I've never timed myself doing a 10k on the track. I'd love to do one," said Brownlee. "There's a Commonwealth Games in two years time so I might look into seeing if I could qualify for the 10k as well as doing the triathlon.
"That would be a dream. I think last time the qualifying time for the Commonwealths was 28.50 minutes on the track and I ran 29 minutes so I could do it.
"It would be nice to have a bit of a different challenge just to mix it about a bit."
Britain's Chris Thompson finished 25th in the 10km final in a time of 29m 6s.