Jason kenny cyclist dating
It means she will take an enforced break from the bike, missing April's Track World Championships in Hong Kong.The couple's relationship became public at the London 2012 Olympics, where they each won two gold medals in the velodrome and were pictured kissing at the beach volleyball competition at Horse Guards Parade.It was joked that British Cycling's famed marginal gains approach had thought of everything, even a breeding programme. " Kenny was asked in the summer about the prospect of becoming a parent and said: "We haven't exactly thought about it. I only put it out there because everybody kept going on about it.Four years later in Rio, after husband-to-be Jason claimed his sixth gold to move level with Sir Chris Hoy as the Briton with the most Olympic titles, Kenny - then Trott - tweeted: "Arghhhh!!!!!! "So I was just like: 'It could be the best omnium rider in the world, couldn't it? You never know.' In 20-something (years) down the line, you never know." Kenny will hope to emulate athlete Jessica Ennis-Hill and 14-time Paralympic champion Dame Sarah Storey, a fellow cyclist, by continuing her career as a mother. It was nice to do it for her."Speaking of her own Rio 2016 triumphs, which include winning the women's omnium and the women's team pursuit, Laura said her fiancé had inspired her.– are also one of the cutest couples the world has ever seen.But will they be joined by a little bundle of joy in the near future? " Laura has said she wants to be a stay-at-home mum, so babies might be off the cards while she's still cycling.Laura tweeted last night, just moments after Jason's mega win: "Arghhhh!!!!!! "It all depends on how long my Olympic career lasts, because I want to end my career [before having children]," she explained. She's a girly girl, so I can talk make-up and clothes to her.
The couple first went public on their relationship after being spotted kissing at the women’s beach volleyball final at the London Olympics.The cyclist is now two gold medals behind her fiancé Kenny, 28, who won his sixth gold medal in his last cycling race at Rio 2016.