Cycling - Hoy and Kenny team up to win Rotterdam

Sir Chris Hoy might not yet know what the future holds for him in terms of cycling, but that doesn't mean Britain's most successful Olympian is slowing down any time soon as he kicked off his Six Days of Rotterdam campaign off in style.

The 36-year-old has stated that he will decide whether or not to retire come the spring of this year but in the meantime he continues to be a force to be reckoned.

Hoy and Jason Kenny, who both collected two gold medals at the London 2012 Olympics, won the two-man team sprint together as the latter beat Netherlands' Teun Mulder in the final.

But the pair weren't done there as Hoy went on to claim victory in the keirin with Kenny finishing second.

The results mean Kenny is in first place in the overall Sprint Masters standings, with Hoy in second and Mulder in third.