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Olympic legend Hoy helps Queen open Commonwealth Games

Glasgow's Commonwealth Games got under way with a memorable tribute to all things Scottish, with Rod Stewart performing the soundtrack and Billy...

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Britain's greatest Olympian doesn't regret retirement

Britain's most successful Olympian Sir Chris Hoy insists he's not regretting his decision to retire - even if it means he won't race in the velo...

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Lord Coe hails lasting impact of Hoy's Olympic successes

Lord Coe has hailed Sir Chris Hoy as an Olympic icon, following the six-time gold medallist's decision to retire from track cycling.

Hoy,...

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Olympic legend Hoy not sad as he announces retirement

Sir Chris Hoy, Great Britain's most successful Olympian, has confirmed he will retire from cycling.

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Hoy concludes storied career with perfect timing

Sir Chris Hoy has brought to a halt a career spent in perpetual motion with trademark perfect timing.

Just as he nailed his charge to the...

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Medal Record

London 2012
  • 2 Gold
  • 0 Silver
  • 0 Bronze
Beijing 2008
  • 3 Gold
  • 0 Silver
  • 0 Bronze
Athens 2004
  • 1 Gold
  • 0 Silver
  • 0 Bronze
Sydney 2000
  • 0 Gold
  • 1 Silver
  • 0 Bronze

Biography

www.chrishoy.com

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 Olympic gold medal at Athens 2004, and four years later in Beijing he became Scotland’s most successful Olympian and the first Brit since 1908 to win three gold medals at a single Games.

Hoy’s achievements make him the most successful Olympic male cyclist of all time.

Following his hat-trick of gold medals in Beijing, Hoy was voted 2008 BBC Sports Personality of the Year and he received a Knighthood in the 2009 New Year Honours List.

Hoy admits to taking up cycling after watching E.T. as a child.

At the 2012 Olympic Games in London, Hoy won gold in keirin and gold in the team sprint with partners Philip HIndes and Jason Kenny.