Great Britain’s Mark Cavendish celebrates his green... #saintemereeglise: Great Britain’s Mark Cavendish celebrates his… #saintemereeglise

Mark Cavendish of Great Britain riding for Etixx-Quick Step and... #chaussy: Mark Cavendish of Great Britain riding for… #chaussy

Stage winner Great Britain’s Mark Cavendish celebrates on... #ossademontiel: Stage winner Great Britain’s Mark Cavendish… #ossademontiel

Mark Cavendish in Lazer Wasp aero helmet the fastest helmet in the world! ___ Mark Cavendish was back for Great Britain Cycling Team at the Hong Kong UCI Track Cycling World Cup and took a promising fourth in the omnium. "I'm really pleased personally" said Cavendish. "I did better than I thought I was going to do. I'd have been happy with a top ten here so to get fourth..." "It's been a great group atmosphere - we've won the weekend won the world cup overall so it's nice to be a part of…

(L-R) David Millar, Bradley Wiggins, Ian Stannard of Great Britain, Tony Martin of Germany, Christopher Froome and Mark Cavendish of Great Britain make their way up the climb of Box Hill during the Men's Road Race Road Cycling on day 1 of the London 2012 Olympic Games on July 28, 2012 in London, England.

(L-R) John Degenkolb of Germany riding for Team Giant-Shimano in second place, Mark Cavendish of Great Britain riding for the Omega Pharma-Quickstep Cycling Team in first place, and Moreno Hofland of the Netherlands riding for the Belkin-Pro Cycling Team in third place stand on the podium following stage one of the 2014 Amgen Tour of California on May 11, 2014 in Sacramento, California.

Mark Cavendish and his fellow Team Great Britain cycling stars enjoyed a cup of #tea at a Ripley café before the Olympic cycle road race.

#TDF2016 Mark Cavendish of Great Britain and Team Dimension Data dons the yellow jersey on the podum after victory during Stage One of Le Tour de France 2016...

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Flag day: Great Britain's Mo Farah may recieve his medal barefooted Photo: GETTY IMAGES Some of Britain’s leading athletes, including Mark Cavendish and Mo Farah, may collect any London 2012 Olympic medals in bare feet to avoid contractual issues with personal sponsors following a row with the British Olympic Association over marketing rights.

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