Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 9/12/14

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 31: Chris Hoy of Great Britain and SKY+HD prepares for the Men's Sprint during day two of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup at the Manchester Velodrome on October 31, 2009 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)
The selection dilemma would give most cycling coaches a headache. With one spot available, do you pick one of your country's greatest Olympians or his younger rival and the current world champion in his discipline? British Cycling head coach Shane Sutton is relishing the selection problem, weighing whether to choose three-time gold medalist Chris Hoy or Jason Kenny for Britain's only slot in the sprint at the London Games. ''It's a beautiful situation to be in,'' Sutton said. ''Given what I've seen from Sir Chris of late, he's coming back to his best. Then again, Jason's on fire. So it's going to be a tough decision and there is no dead-set formula.'' Hoy and Kenny, close friends off the track, will compete this week at the venue for cycling at the Olympics. A victory at the Track World Cup event at the London velodrome starting Thursday will give one a potential edge before the final decision. ''We are teammates, above all else,'' said Kenny, who finished behind Hoy in the spr...
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