As Chris Hoy celebrates becoming the most successful British Olympian, five-time gold medallist Steve Redgrave reacts to his tally being overtaken.
"I always knew Chris was going to do it, it was hugely impressive. What a nice guy and he deserves everything he gets," said the rower, adding: "Great man, great cyclist."
The track cyclist's win at the Velodrome means he has six golds, more than any other British Olympian.
Talking about the cyclist's plans to retire after the Commonwealth Games, Redgrave joked: "I told him I'm going to make a comeback!"
Team GB's medal tally is 48 - 22 gold, 13 silver and 13 bronze - making it the most successful Games since the London Olympics of 1908.