In her post, Kenny made no mention of next year’s Paris Olympics. It is unclear if she will return to the track.
In the same Instagram story, Kenny wrote that it’s been exactly a year since she was rushed to A&E as a result of an ectopic pregnancy. “One year ago today I was sitting in her A&E and knew I was really poor, but I didn’t know what was wrong with me,” she said. rice field.
“When I heard the news of my ectopic pregnancy, it felt like my world had come crashing down. We had already lost our second baby in November and had been lying there looking for some kind of answer. I remember
“Today I still feel this pain in my chest. I don’t think it will ever go away.”
Kenny is Britain’s most successful female Olympian, having won five Olympic gold medals and three Olympic silver medals. Her husband Jason is her team’s GB’s most successful Olympian after winning her ninth medal and her seventh gold on the final day of Tokyo 2020.
Analysis: What does this mean for Paris 2024?
After winning Madison’s gold and team pursuit’s silver in Tokyo in 2021, the 29-year-old believes Britain’s golden girl won’t be able to return to Paris three years later to add more medals to her moaning collection. could not have been
However, Kenny suffered a great deal of trauma during the next 18 months. Her ectopic pregnancy following her miscarriage caused her to quit the sport altogether.
Kenny competed at the Commonwealth Games last summer and won gold in scratch. But then she admitted that she felt “she was at a loss” and “she was demotivated”.
Kenny’s Instagram post on Wednesday made no mention of Paris 2024, and sources close to her claim no decisions have been made yet. British Cycling, which has been said only for the past few days, is not going to rush her.
But assuming all goes well and she’s up for it, Kenny will have plenty of time to come back. ” he said.
It is clearly too early for the track world championships to resume in Glasgow this August. Her teammates, however, can earn the qualification points needed for Paris.
If Kenny then feels motivated to acquire another crack, she will likely return to elite competition, targeting the 2024 Nations Cup in Hong Kong next March.
It’s a long way. For now, British sport and her many fans can only wish her good health and happiness.