Jason Kenny is an English former track cyclist, specialising in individual and team sprints.
He is the holder of most Olympic gold medals and medals for a British athlete.
His wife, Laura Kenny, holds the same records on the female side, she is the most successful female cyclist and British female athlete in Olympic history with six medals, having won the team pursuit, omnium, and madison at the 2012, 2016, and 2020 Games, respectively.
Both spouses have won at least one gold medal (with 12 gold and 3 silver medals between them).
Kenny’s seven Olympic gold medals place him joint 15th by reference to gold medals won in the Summer Olympic games since 1896.
He is the single holder of the records for both most Olympic golds and Olympic medals for a cyclist.
Jason Kenny Parents: Lorraine Kenny, Michael Kenny
Jason was born on March 23, 1988, in Bolton, United Kingdom to his parents Lorraine and Michael Kenny, and he has an older brother, Craig.
He was educated at Mount St Joseph School in Farnworth. In the run-up to the London 2012 Olympic Games, Kenny visited the school and praised the support he had received from his PE teachers.