1. 00:00 Establisher - Team GB team pursuit cycle Olympic gold medal winners arrive at Team GB House.
2. Team GB team pursuit cyclist Geraint Thomas (right) and Peter Kennaugh (left) sitting down.
3. Close-up Team GB logo.
4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Geraint Thomas: "You know all year I've been thinking about it, talking about the Aussies and the Kiwis, yeah to finally just to get on that track and deliver the goods is a great feeling and it's quite surreal now to be honest."
Q: "Delivered it in fine style as well, a world record, did you see that coming?
"Yeah we knew we could, we knew we were capable of it in training from Newport and stuff, but like I said, it's one thing believing it, and another thing actually getting up on the boards and delivering under all that pressure. The crowd, the atmosphere was just incredible, overjoyed and it's a bit sort of surreal at the minute."
5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Stephen Burke: "Yeah the race itself, the final race just went so fast, yeah before I knew it I was into my last turn and I looked on the board, the lap board for the first time and just four or five to go and yeah I was just ready for my last turn. I'm just stunned to be honest, and the first thing I felt when I went over the line was relief, that's for sure, yeah I just wanted it so badly."
6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Geraint Thomas: "I think Brad gave us lots of inspiration, what he did on the Tour and things and he sent us a text 'good luck' and stuff, and it's just nice, you know, he's a bit of a superstar these days so it's nice to get that encouragement from him. At the time it was just incredible really, we knew we could do it. Like I said we got up there and delivered the goods which is great."
The British men's cycling pursuit team retained the Olympic gold medal on Friday (August 3rd), shattering the world record it had set the previous day; as the quartet of Edward Clancy, Geraint Thomas, Steven Burke and Peter Kennaugh finished in three minutes, 51.659 seconds - lowering the mark of 3:52.499 they set during the qualifying round by nearly a second, carried along by a partisan crowd that included Bradley Wiggins, the Tour de France champion and former team-mate, who won the Olympic time trial gold medal on Wednesday at Hampton Court Palace.
What a summer for British cycling?
Team GB pedallers are flying along with a wall of noise after claiming three Olympic titles from four events at the London 2012 Velodrome at the Olympic Park.
Ed Clancy, Geraint Thomas, Peter Kennaugh and Steven Burke successfully defended Britain's four-kilometre team pursuit title on a night in the English capital when Victoria Pendleton won keirin gold and the women's team pursuit squad qualified fastest for the day three's knockout rounds.
The wave of momentum has not stopped after Bradley Wiggins won the Tour de France and Olympic time-trial gold, as part of a haul of three medals on the road in the first week of London 2012.
The Australian team of Jack Bobridge, Glenn O'Shea, Rohan Dennis and Michael Hepburn finished in 3:54.581 to win the silver medal, and New Zealand beat Russia for the bronze - but once again the Brits dominated in the saddle.
The first team to defend the Olympic team pursuit title since West Germany in 1976, Britain was carried along by a partisan crowd that included Wiggins, the Tour de France champion who won the Olympic
time trial gold medal on Wednesday at Hampton Court Palace.
Wiggins was roaring his approval with the rest of the 6,000 fans jammed into the velodrome, and for good reason: he was part of the British pursuit team that won gold in Beijing.
The team pursuit, in which teams of four race over four kilometers in an aerodynamic formation, started on Thursday, when the British team established a world record.
The time was nearly three seconds faster than Australia - and more than five seconds better than New Zealand - and an ecstatic Thomas and Burke paid tribute to Wiggins and those fans afterwards as they proudly displayed yet more gold for as Team GB surged up the overall medals table.