Victoria Pendleton CBE
"The golden girl of British cycling"Add to my shortlist
With 14 international gold medals to her name, she holds the secrets to peak performance and marginal gains and is regularly booked to share strategies for personal development. Victoria's Olympic debut was at the 2004 Athens Summer Olympic Games, where she competed in the 200-metre cycle sprint. Following a ninth-place finish, she returned for the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic Games where Victoria secured her first gold medal in the sprint. On her home turf at the 2012 London Summer Olympics, she broke the world record in the team sprint qualifying stage, before winning a gold medal in the keirin. Following her retirement from professional cycling, Victoria proved her versatility by competing in the 2015 Betfair Novice Flat Amateur Riders' Handicap at Ripon riding Royal Etiquette. Victoria has even gone on to release her own range of women's bikes, a testament to her ongoing dedication to the sport she loves.
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Victoria's relaxed, friendly and open manner comes across at any event where she enjoys sharing her experiences and enthusiasm for sports with her audiences.
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