Chris Hoy

Chris Hoy

Sir Chris calls on city to revive velodrome revamp

OLYMPIC champion Sir Chris Hoy has called for the city council to look again at plans to refurbish Meadowbank velodrome, after the grandstand was closed over safety concerns.

Fire safety fears put velodrome event into doubt

PLANS for a major anniversary event at Meadowbank Velodrome set to feature Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy have been thrown into doubt over fire safety fears.

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Hoy hails 'inspiring' 9,000-mile bike ride for charity

OLYMPIC gold medal- winning cyclist Sir Chris Hoy has hailed as "inspiring" two women who plan to travel more than 9,000 miles by bike to raise money for charity.

Cycling: Hoy takes the bronze

Sir Chris Hoy was due back in the saddle at the World Track Championships in Apeldoorn today, with a successive defence of the Keirin title and a third medal in his sights after adding bronze in the individual sprint to the one he secured in the team sprint.

Cycling: Beaten Hoy still targets London glory

Sir CHRIS HOY remains upbeat on his prospects for next year's Olympics in London, despite surrendering his world Keirin title in Apeldoorn, Holland, on Saturday.

Chris Hoy contests Sprint semis

SIR CHRIS HOY remains on target for the 11th champion's rainbow jersey of his career after easing into the semi-finals of the individual sprint on the second day of action at the World Track Championships in Apeldoorn, Holland.

Cycling: Hoy targets a World title treble

SIR CHRIS HOY launches his bid for a potential title treble when he lines up in the team sprint at the World Track Championships in Apeldoorn, Netherlands, tonight.

Chris Hoy admits rule change has put extra pressure on Olympic bid

THERE is a feeling in world cycling that Britain's storied success at the Beijing Olympics came four years too soon, although Sir Chris Hoy is not the sort to accentuate the negative.

Satisfied Chris Hoy adds team sprint bronze to medal haul

SIR CHRIS Hoy declared himself satisfied with his haul of a gold medal and two bronzes after the Track World Cup in Manchester, but he and teammates Jason Kenny and Matt Crampton still have room for improvement in the team sprint after finishing third in 44.087secs as France beat Germany to gold.

World Cup disappointment for Hoy as he suffers sprint semi-final defeat

THE opening night of the track cycling World Cup in Manchester ended in disappointment for Sir Chris Hoy, with the Olympic champion knocked out of the individual sprint competition in the semi-finals.

Cycling: Double blow as rival Kenny usurps Hoy

SIR CHRIS HOY was forced to settle for bronze in the individual sprint at the UCI World Cup in Manchester last night.

Cycling: Hoy says 2010 has been 'up and down year'

Sir CHRIS HOY admits that he will look back on the events of 2010 with mixed emotions.

Cycling: Hoy not too disappointed with silver

Capital cyclist Sir Chris Hoy has pointed to a lack of competitive action for his defeat in the individual sprint at the UCI World Cup in Colombia last weekend, although he is happy with his progress towards the World Championships in the Netherlands next March.

Cycling: Hoy loses in World final

Capital cycling star Sir Chris Hoy had to settle for his second silver medal of the weekend after losing in the final of the individual sprint on the final day of the UCI World Cup in Cali, Colombia.

Cycling: Chris Hoy back on track after taking gold in Melbourne

Sir Chris Hoy won Track World Cup gold in Melbourne yesterday but Victoria Pendleton had to settle for silver on the second day of competition.

Cycling: Hoy roars to Keirin World Cup gold

SIR CHRIS HOY silenced the doubters who suggested his powers were on the wane when he stormed to gold in the Keirin on day two of the UCI World Cup in Melbourne.

Chris Hoy grabs gold in Melbourne

Sir Chris Hoy won Track World Cup gold in Melbourne today but Victoria Pendleton had to settle for silver on the second day of competition.

Chris Hoy leads Britain to sprint gold but calls for more improvement

SIR CHRIS Hoy took gold for Great Britain, alongside Jason Kenny and Matt Crampton, in the men's team sprint at the first Track World Cup event of the season in Melbourne.

Cycling: Hoy is eager to land 32nd World Cup title in Melbourne

Sir CHRIS HOY was due back in the saddle today looking to secure a second success at the opening meeting of the UCI World Cup in Melbourne.

Cycling: Hoy eyes World Cup glory

Sir CHRIS HOY will be back in the saddle tomorrow seeking the first leg of a potential double at the UCI World Cup in Melbourne.

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