Sir Chris Hoy MBE
Olympic Gold Medal Track Cyclist
Sir Chris Hoy MBE is GB's most successful Olympic athlete of all time, with six gold medals and one silver. Sir Chris won his last two gold medals at London 2012 and then retired from competitive cycling in 2013. Subsequently Chris has successfully made the transition into the business world with the launch of his bike range HOY Bikes. "Great Britain's most successful Olympian in 2012"
Chris won his first Olympic gold medal in Athens 2004 in the Kilo - an event that was dropped from the programme for Beijing 2008. Chris took this in his stride and switched his focus to three other track sprint events - the Keirin, Sprint and Team Sprint. He went on to win a gold medal in all three at the Beijing Olympics, cementing his name in the history books. Following his historic hat-trick of gold medals at the Beijing Olympics, Chris was voted 2008 BBC Sports Personality of the Year. He was also awarded a Knighthood in the 2009 New Year Honours list, capping an extraordinary year for the track cyclist from Edinburgh.
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Chris is an accomplished public speaker and is at home speaking at small intimate gatherings as well as the largest international conferences. Chris' experiences and achievements make him an incredibly interesting speaker, and the challenges presented to him and subsequently overcome during his stellar career have fascinating parallels in many other walks of life.
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