Jason Kenny takes second silver on track at Commonwealth Games

Jason Kenny

Jason Kenny

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BOLTON track cycling superstar Jason Kenny picked up his second silver medal of the Commonwealth Games on Friday when he lost 2-1 to New Zealand's Sam Webster in the final of the men's individual sprint in the Glasgow velodrome.

Three-time Olympic gold medallist Kenny, who won silver with England in the team sprint on Thursday, just did not have enough speed in his legs in the decisive third race.

Twenty-five-year-old Kenny came from behind to beat Australia’s Peter Lewis 2-1 in the semi-finals, looked in stunning form going into the final but Webster had the edge.

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