Track Cycling World Cup: Team GB boss Brailsford wants more intensity

GB Cycling's performance director Sir Dave Brailsford says he wants even "more intensity" from his riders leading up to the 2016 Olympics in Brazil.

Britain won eight World Cup medals at the Track Cycling event in Manchester but Brailsford believes the low average age of the squad means they will prepare differently than they have done for previous Olympics.

British riders won both team pursuits, Joanna Rowsell won the women's individual pursuit and Laura Trott won the women's omnium.