Laura Kenny wants to get back on the saddle as soon as she has given birth
And her cyclist husband Jason Kenny, who she married after the pair picked up gold medals at last year’s Rio Olympics, may give up the track to bring up the baby.
Laura, 24, planned to be a stay-at-home mum. But now, at 24 weeks pregnant, she is determined to compete in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The Olympians both won gold medals at the Rio Olympics
“I feel like I’ll still have the time to be a mum and to train,” she said.
Jason, 29, and Laura are keeping the gender of the baby a secret but revealed she is planning a drug-free “natural” birth.
Laura said: “I’ve put myself through hell and back with training. How hard can it be to give birth?”
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Kristina Vogel of Germany leads Wai Sze Lee of Hong Kong, China during a Women's Sprint Quarterfinal race against Wai Sze Lee of Hong Kong, China on Day 11 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
With her four golds from London 2012 and Rio, the former Laura Trott is considered Britain’s most successful female Olympian.
She has taken advice from gold medal-winning mums Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill and cyclist Dame Sarah Storey about how much time she will need off after the birth.
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