Chris Hoy

Chris Hoy

Glasgow cheers start of British cycle race

Some of the biggest names in cycling, including Olympic medal-winners Sir Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish, pedalled across the west of Scotland yesterday as the opening leg of the Tour of Britain road race got under way.

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Sir Chris Hoy celebrates his gold medal for the Men's Keirin Track Cycling Final at the London 2012 Olympics (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)

Chris Hoy named as ‘best British Olympian of all time’

Scotland’s Chris Hoy has been named the best British Olympian of all time in a new survey.

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Sir Chris Hoy in his heyday as a superfit Olypian. Picture: Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)

Sir Chris Hoy pushes himself too far in ‘turbo session’

SIR Chris Hoy was found in a heap on the floor by his wife after trying his old Olympic training regime, the Olympian has revealed.

Sir Chris Hoy. Picture: Neil Hanna

Interview: Sir Chris Hoy takes on 24 hour Le Mans race and fatherhood

SIR Chris Hoy’s glittering cycling career may be over and with it the micro-managed training regime, but somehow time is as precious a commodity as ever. The Olympic legend tells Duncan Smith about the impact of fatherhood, becoming an author and his hopes for his debut in Le Mans gruelling 24 Hour Race

Sir Chris Hoy and Abbie McCallum at Sky Livingston. Picture: Peter Devlin

Sir Chris Hoy ‘rescues’ Bo’ness junior sports award winner

SCHOOL pupils on a broken down bus were left stunned when their roadside rescuer turned up - Olympic cycling champion Sir Chris Hoy.

The champion played table tennis and mini tennis with local children as he opened another community sports hub

Sir Chris Hoy praises Glasgow 2014 for sports centres legacy

Olympic gold medallist Sir Chris Hoy has celebrated “the legacy of Glasgow 2014” as a £6 million investment for local sports centres was announced.

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Sir Chris Hoy’s top five tips to becoming a better cyclist

With 11 World Championship track cycling wins and six Olympic gold medals – plus one silver – under his belt, Sir Chris Hoy certainly knows a thing or two about cycling.

Sarra Hoy - wife of Olympian Sir Chris Hoy - with her son Callum. Picture: Contributed

Sarra Hoy and Edith Bowman criticise ‘condescending’ childcare author

SIR Chris Hoy’s wife Sarra and radio presenter Edith Bowman have taken to Twitter to criticise a “condescending” childcare author.

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The first two Flying Fergus books are set to be released in February.

Cover of Sir Chris Hoy’s children book series revealed

THE book series is written by the Edinburgh-born cyclist and focuses on ‘an ordinary boy with an extraordinary imagination’,

Ewan McGregor and other celebrities who have met children around the world through Unicef will be part of a photo exhibition celebrating a 20-year partnership between Unicef and Starwood Hotels & Resorts. Picture: Unicef

Ewan McGregor, Alex Ferguson and Chris Hoy on Unicef duty

Celebrity Unicef ambassadors including Ewan McGregor, Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Chris Hoy share images as part of a unique photo exhibition, celebrating Unicef and Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ 20 years of partnership.

10-month-old Callum Hoy watching dad Chris winning Le Mans. Picture: Twitter/SarraHoy

Chris Hoy’s son ‘watches his dad win Le Mans’

BRITAIN’S most successful Olympic cyclist Sir Chris Hoy has once again been crowned a champion after swapping his bike for a car.

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Sir Chris Hoy’s son Callum gets tour of Edinburgh

SIR Chris Hoy and wife Sarra took their son Callum to Edinburgh on Saturday - and showed the tot the Olympic medallist’s golden post box and golden handprints.

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Sir Chris Hoy invests as Pure Gym opens 100th site

Britain’s most successful Olympian, Sir Chris Hoy, has invested in fitness club operator Pure Gym, which today launches its 100th venue with the opening of a branch in East Kilbride.


Sir Chris Hoy firm worth £1.4 million

THE wheels may have come to a stop, but Britain’s most successful Olympian is enjoying a money-spinning retirement away from the velodrome.

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Sir Chris Hoy to write books for children

THE first in a series of children’s books co-written by Olympic cycling champion Sir Chris Hoy will be on the shelves in March next year.

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