Andrew Tennant

Andy Tennant began cycling aged 14 and four years later he was part of British Cycling’s Olympic Academy Programme. He became a world junior champion aged 18. His team reclaimed their world title and world record in 2012, Melbourne. Tennant was part...

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Chris Hoy

Sir Chris Hoy, multiple world and Olympic champion track cyclist, was born and raised in Edinburgh and has represented Great Britain and Scotland throughout his career, winning four Olympic, 11 world and two Commonwealth titles to date. Hoy won his first O...

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Chris Newton

Chris Newton missed out on the 2008 World Championships due to a broken collar bone. However, at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, Newton managed to win bronze in the points race; this involved lapping the field twice. He just missed out on silver, losing out...

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Danielle King

  An impressive swimmer and runner in her youth, Dani King spent her first full season in 2010 focusing on the road, holding her own in prestigious events such as the Tour of Flanders. Since taking to the track, King has won two world team pursuit me...

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Ed Clancy

Ed Clancy won team pursuit gold at Beijing 2008 and was also part of the four that won 2012 World Championship gold, setting a new world record in the process. He is one of three surviving members from the 2008 endurance squad along with Geraint Thomas and...

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Geraint Thomas

Along with Ed Clancy and Steven Burke, Welshman Geraint Thomas, MBE, is a surviving member of the 2008 endurance squad, having won team pursuit gold in Beijing. ‘G’ won three world titles in the build-up to Bejiing 2008, but following an appear...

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Jamie Staff

A competitor at Athens 2004 Olympic Games, Jamie Staff was part of the gold medal winning, world record-breaking team sprint team at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Staff was a BMX rider who had won just about everything from the World Championships downwa...

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Jason Kenny

The pretender to Chris Hoy’s throne, Jason Kenny, MBE, won individual sprint silver at the 2012 World Championships, having been awarded the gold from the year before when France’s Grégory Baugé was stripped of the title after infr...

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Jessica Varnish

At the 2012 London Olympics, Jess Varnish competed in the team sprint alongside defending individual champion Victoria Pendleton after the duo broke the world record at the London World Cup, which doubled as the test event in February 2012. She is the daug...

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Joanna Rowsell

Joanna Rowsell emerged onto the track cycling scene in 2008 when she was part of the trio that won world team pursuit gold at the World Championships in Manchester. Behind Wendy Houvenaghel and Rebecca Romero in the individual pursuit pecking order, Rowsel...

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