Kenny leads GB one-two
Perfect finish for Great Britain in Pruszkow
Last Updated: 07/11/10 9:14pm
Kenny (right): Sprinted to gold
Jason Kenny and Matt Crampton notched a one-two in the final of the men's keiren to round off the European Track Championships in style for Great Britain.
Crampton made the race-defining move on the penultimate lap to string out his rivals, with Kenny the only man able to stay with him.
And Kenny then surged through off the final bend to add a gold to the two bronze medals he'd won in the individual and team sprint events.
Crampton comfortably bagged the silver as Great Britain finished on a high in what is the first qualifying event ahead of the London Olympics in 2012.
The Championships had started perfectly with two team pursuit golds for GB on the opening day but results had been mixed since then.
And it was a similar story on the final day as Victoria Pendleton missed out on a medal in the women's keiren while Jess Varnish crashed out in the 7th-12th place run-off of the same event.
Kenny and Crampton's medals took Britain's total to seven as world champion Ed Clancy and Laura Trott, the world junior champion, were fourth in the omnium events.
Clancy was third in the individual pursuit and scratch race and claimed his second first-placed finish of the six-discipline event in the one-kilometre time-trial.
However, he finished one point outside of the medal placings as Roger Kluge of Germany took gold.
Trott had a strong showing, placing fourth in the individual pursuit, fourth in the scratch race and third in the final 500m time-trial to finish two points outside a medal as Spain's Leire Olaberria Dorronsoro triumphed.