Rory O’callaghan For Mailonline
Great Britain’s victorious male track cyclists could have been forgiven for having one too many in the wake of their stunning team pursuit victory over Australia on Friday evening.
However, their female counterparts in Team GB appeared to be in no mood to accommodate any drunken antics in the athletes’ village last night.
Great Britain’s women made sure they would get a good night’s rest for their own team pursuit final on Saturday – by warning the men’s team to stay out of their room in the early hours of the morning.
Great Britain’s men received a light-hearted warning from their female counterparts
The victorious quartet won Great Britain’s second gold medal in the Rio Olympic Velodrome
Olympic champion Owain Doull took to Twitter to post a picture of a letter pinned to the girls’ room – warning the victorious men’s team to stay out.
The note read: ‘To the team pursuit men, CONGRATULATIONS! As we’re guessing you’re probably going to be drunk by the time you read this.
‘And a few of you have already come into our room accidentally – just a friendly reminder that THIS IS NOT YOUR ROOM.
‘So please don’t try and get in a 4am.’
Bradley Wiggins smiles for the camera following his win in the men’s team pursuit final
Great Britain’s women team pursuiters set a new world to qualify for their gold medal race
Great Britain’s women will be hoping to replicate the success of Doull, Sir Bradley Wiggins, Ed Clancy and Steven Burke, who captured Team GB’s second gold medal in the Rio Olympic Velodrome.
The women’s team, made up of Joanna Rowsell-Shand, Laura Trott, Katie Archibald and Elinor Barker, set a new world record during qualifying for Saturday’s final.
The British quartet will face a team from the United States in the final as they attempt to continue Team GB’s fantastic run of form in Olympic track cycling.
Kate Archibald, Laura Trott, Elinor Barker and Joanna Rowsell celebrate their new record
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