By BIANCA LONDON
Jubilation: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge show their delight after Sir Chris Hoy, Philip Hindes and Jason Kenny stormed to success in the velodrome yesterday afternoon
If Team GB are planning on giving out medals to their top supporters the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge should be in the running for gold.
After enthusiastically cheering on Andy Murray on the tennis courts of Wimbledon, South West London today, the couple zipped across town in time to see the British men's pursuit team smash the world record in their qualifying round and then go on to win gold in a breathtaking race.
William and Kate embrace in the crowd as Team GB storms home in the velodrome
No doubt Kate and William took advantage of the Olympic lanes in the Capital reserved for VIPs, and style icon Kate even found time to change out of her Stella McCartney shift dress and in to a sporty white polo shirt.
Another event, another Mexican wave ... the couple join in with the crowd at the velodrome with William watching them on the big screen up above
Joined by Prince Harry and Sophie Countess of Wessex in the seats the young Royal couple looked delighted to be attending yet another Olympic event.
Since the Games started on Saturday the two of them have taken full advantage of their VIP invites and have already been guests of honour at the equestrian events two days running and today's tennis.
Super supporter William visited Wembley to watch Team GB play football at the weekend as well as joining brother Harry at the rowing event in day five.
And they even found time to visit the athletes in the Olympic Village together on Tuesday where swimmer Rebecca Adlington gushed about Kate's navy blue shoes.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Prince Harry and Prime Minister David Cameron laugh as they watch the track cycling on Day 6 of the London 2012 Olympic Games
As an ambassador for Team GB Kate's presence is a brilliant support for the team, and she followed up yesterday's patriotic wardrobe choice of a Team GB Union Jack scarf with a an official polo shirt from the organisation.
Husband William wore a matching navy version with smart chinos.
Arriving at the veledrome just in time to see Team GB break a world record in the qualifying round, the couple laughed and joked with other VIP guests including Prime Minister David Cameron who also joined the pair in a group Mexican wave, their second of the day.
In formation: Great Britain's men ride towards their new world record as the Velodrome crowd look on
Prior to the first record-breaking round world champion cyclist and pundit Mark Cavendish told the BBC: 'I'm not just expecting a win, I'm expecting them to smash it. They've got the best team in the world. They're on form, I know they are. They will break world records.'
He was right, and minutes later to the delight of the Royal spectators and the 4000 strong crowd in the velodrome the British team broke the world record in a time of three minutes 52.499 seconds.
Mark said: 'It was incredible. It was so smooth. They stayed so smooth and consistently kept plugging away and the world record came. I think they have got more to come. They have three rides at the Olympic Games, so they have to keep a little bit back but I think they will give more.'
Team GB sprint team Jason Kenny, Philip Hindes and Sir Chris Hoy pose with their gold medals
Fans celebrate in the Olympic Park as Sir Chris Hoy wins the gold medal in the Men's Team Sprint event
Prince William and Kate joined the crowd in doing the wave at the match between Andy Murray and Nicolas Almagro at the All England Lawn Tennis Club at Wimbledon today
Andy Murray beat Nicolas Almagro at the All England Lawn Tennis Club at Wimbledon with Kate and William cheering him on
Jason Kenny, Chris Hoy and Phil Hindes then went on to beat France in the final breaking another world record and winning another gold for team GB.
Earlier today The Duke and Duchess were court side in the Royal Box at Wimbledon to cheer Andy Murray on to victory in the men's singles quarter finals against Nicolas Almagro of Spain.
After showing her emotion at Murray's Wimbledon defeat earlier this year, Kate seemed overjoyed to be returning to Centre Court to support the British favourite.
Kate and her husband William got into the supportive spirit quickly and joined in with another Mexican wave that ran through the crowd during the match.
Thank heavens for that: Murray did his signature salute to the skies after winning against Almagro at the quarter finals match today
Tennis fans gathered to watch Andy Murray play Nicolas Almagro in the Quarterfinal of Men's Singles Tennis on Day 6 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Wimbledon
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