Laura Trott

Laura Trott has been a revelation since breaking into the British endurance squad and already has three world titles to her name, aged 20. Trott was part of the British trio to set the world team pursuit world record at the 2012 World Championships in Melb...

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Paul Manning

Paul has represented Team GB in the team pursuit at both Athens and Sydney and has been a medallist on both occasions; taking bronze in 2000 and silver in 2004. In the run up to Beijing 2008 his recent results have also been impressive; he was a gold medall...

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Peter Kennaugh

Another GB cyclist from the Isle of Man and a close friend of Mark Cavendish, Peter Kennaugh began his competitive career aged six in BMX. Kennaugh was part of the GB team pursuit quartet that won 2012 World Championships gold in Melbourne, setting a new w...

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Philip Hindes

Philip Hindes made his debut for Great Britain at the 2012 World Cup in Beijing and subsequently took part in the team sprint at the World Championships in Melbourne. Born in Krefeld, Hindes formerly competed for Germany and won team sprint bronze at the 2...

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Rebecca Romero

Rebecca Romero is the first ever British women to compete in two different sports at the Olympic Games and by winning gold in the individual pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games she is became only the second women of any country to win a medal in two d...

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Ross Edgar

At his second Olympics, the Beijing 2008b Olympic Games, Ross Edgar won silver in the Keirin. At the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, Edgar had finished fifth in the Individual Men’s Pursuit. He is a former National Junior Sprint and Kilo Champion. Although from...

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Steven Burke

Steven Burke won Olympic individual pursuit bronze at Beijing 2008, losing to idol Bradley Wiggins in the semi- final. He is now part of the team pursuit quartet. At the 2012 Olympics in London, Burke won gold in cycling track, team pursuit with partners G...

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Victoria Pendleton

After a disappointing Athens 2004 Olympic debut, Victoria Pendleton won individual sprint gold at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and she currently has nine world titles to her name. In 2009 she placed 84th in FHM magazine’s 100 sexiest women while she has...

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Wendy Houvenaghel

A relatively late starter, becoming a full-time cyclist aged 31, Wendy Houvenaghel is a dentist by profession. She won individual pursuit silver at Beijing 2008 as Rebecca Romero won gold, but after that event was removed from the Olympic schedule and the ...

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