Sir Chris Hoy will be going for his second gold of the London Olympics this week when he takes part in the Mens Keirin.
Those looking at betting offers note how he has already won the team sprint last week of course, making it six Olympic gold medals in total. This is a remarkable achievement in itself, but he will be after more. He is a winner and sprinting is what he does best.
The Scotsman is the one to beat in the men's keirin too as he looks to replicate Victoria Pendleton's success in the women's version. Hoy is available at 4/7 with BetVictor to bring it home for Great Britain.
The host nation have enjoyed fantastic domiance in the veledrome of course and this is likely to continue this week. Cycling is booming in Britain right now and Hoy is a major reason for this.
Now, in what is likely to be his last Olympic games, he will be aiming to show why he is the best around. Of course it won't be easy, but when it comes down to it, can anyone beat him?
The biggest contenders include Maxi Levy. The German is a fantastic competitor and would love to beat Hoy. Perhaps most of all, he would like Germany to beat Great Britain, something that hasn't happened too much in cycling recently.
He is available at 6/1 with bet365.
Other names of note include Shane Perkins, Mickael Bourgain and Simon Van Velthooven. However, all eyes will be on Hoy, the man who doesn't seem to know the meaning of the word pressure.
Backed by an incredibly vocal and passionate crowd, the 36-year-old will be hoping to celebrate for the second time in this Olympics with another gold medal.
With Victoria Pendleton and Jason Kenny also going for gold in the Veledrome for Team GB this week, it could be another memorable few days!