Last Updated: August 5, 2012 1:59pm
The Great Britain women's team pursuit squad are confident that they will remain as a trio as they look ahead to Rio in four years' time.
"I'm sure we will (stick as a three for Brazil) so bring it on really. "
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The gold medal-winning team of Joanna Rowsell, Dani King and Laura Trott, claimed a stunning title with a sixth consecutive world record at the London velodrome on Saturday.
Having won in such impressive style, King told Sky Sports: "I'm sure we will (stick as a three for Brazil) so bring it on really. We are such a young squad and we are getting stronger all the time. We just love riding our bikes so this definitely isn't the last of us."
The girls, who often compare themselves to sisters, were watched by legendary Sir Paul McCartney as they claimed their gold, and their amazing feat is still dream-like.
Rowsell said: "It hasn't really sunk in yet. I'm still a bit overwhelmed by everything- I'm just trying to soak up the atmosphere at the moment and just enjoy it.
"I don't know how we are ever going to top this- Olympic gold, our first Olympics, at a home Games. This is the pinnacle; I don't know how we are ever going to match this."
Teammate King added: "It was a dream come true yesterday. I wear my heart on my sleeve- I cry and laugh all the time."
Trott, the third member of the pursuit team, is currently not doing media duties with the other girls due to her omnium events beginning on Monday.
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