1. 00.00 Spanish cyclists Jonathan Castroviejo and Luis Leon Sanchez arriving for press conference
2. 00:09 Cameraman
3. 00:14 SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Spain's cyclist Luis Leon Sanchez: "I think there is a clear favourite, (Bradley) Wiggins, especially because he will race at home. Then there are good contenders like Tony Martin, I wouldn't rule out (Fabian) Cancellara, and we will try to be at our best, to a good race to be ranked as high as possible".
4. 00:40 Wide shot of press conference room
5. 00:45 SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Spain's cyclist Luis Leon Sanchez: "I don't think it will be an especially hard track, similar to the time trial of the last Tour de France, even if that was 53 km and this will be slightly shorter. It looks like the track is in good condition, it might be a bit windy, but we still don't know how it will be on Wednesday. Sure it's a track I like".
6. 01:15 Castroviejo and Sanchez holding press conference
7. 01:19 SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Spain's cyclist Jonathan Castroviejo (On extra-pressure on British athletes to win): "Having the Olympic Games at home will be an extra-pressure, and they just came out of a great Tour de France. The British team have to accept that even if they've come from winning the Tour de France, sometimes things might not go as planned, but it's not the end of the world".
8. 01:58 Cameraman
9. 02:03 Sanchez and Castroviejo leaving press conference.
Spanish cyclists prepare for Men's Time Trial on Wednesday (August 1).
The Spanish men's cycling team will try to shake off a disappointing Olympic Road Race with a strong showing in the Men's Individual Time Trial where they hope to end Spain's poor start to the London games.
However, Jonathan Castroviejo and Luis Leon Sanchez still see Team GB as the favourites to claim the gold medal, especially with 2012 Tour De France winner Bradley Wiggins fired up after he failed to help the host nation to victory in the Road Race.
The two Spanish athletes acknowledged that for British athletes, the home crowd support can be a double-edged sword, but still see them having an edge on most of their competitors, including Germany's Tony Martin and Switzerland's Fabian Cancellara.
The Men's Individual Time Trial takes place on August 1, starting at 13:15 GMT from Hampton Court Palace, London.