Kyle Evans raced into the record books in 2018, leading a historic European Championship one-two for GB in Glasgow.
After a career-best sixth place at the UCI BMX World Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan, in June, Evans rode to Supercross gold in Scotland two months later.
He did so in a time of 34.715 seconds but most memorably alongside teenage team-mate Kye Whyte, who joined him on the rostrum in a remarkable day for the host nation.
On his Olympic debut in 2016, the Wigan racer placed 21st in the seeding run before being
eliminated in his heat, containing eventual gold medal winner Connor Fields of USA.
At the tender age of 14 Evans was named as a reserve for London 2012, completing a rapid rise that saw him only show on the international radar eight months earlier.