Mar 20 Tuesday 2018 03:25 AM
Jason Jenny, an Olympic champion made an impressive comeback at the Revolution Series in Manchester , England. Although he stood second after losing from Gregory Bauge of France with a score of 2-1, cyclist fans have a big hope from him.
Cycling tournament Revolution Series is a series of track cycling events held at the Manchester Velodrome, in the north west of England. The series is conducted four or five times each year, held between October and February. The series showcases various top cyclists, both British and other international riders, regularly attracting a large audience. Jason Francis Kenny is an English track cyclist, specialising in the individual and team sprints. He is a six-time Olympic champion. This was his first participation in a competitive tournament since the Rio Olympics, 2016 where he won three gold medals.
A great comeback! Most of the comebacks in any of the game have seen average performances. It's rare that a comeback secured 2nd position. A lesson for you, it's a spirit of comeback that charges you and results will come accordingly. Now, Jenny seems to be well charged for next Common Wealth games in April 2018.
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