I didn't know this athlete before I read this article on him.Chris Hoy just took his pension of cycling but he quit the cycling world as a legend.Chris Hoy has been a world champion eleven time and he won 6 gold Olympic medals.This British athlete is really in shape and the world will probably say a big thank you to this bicycle legend because Chris prove to us that everything is possible when you want.
British trials: Darren Campbell and Goldie Sayers criticise British Athletics
Rio Olympics will be safeguarded for clean athletes, says BOA
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British athlete Alistair Brownlee (left) helps his exhausted brother Jonathan Brownlee to cross the finish line in second and third place during the ITU World Triathlon Championships 2016 in Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico on September 18, 2016.
Paralympian Katie Kelly wins gold for Australia in Rio triathlon
Mo Farah should have run the race, not run for home, as British Athletics give a lesson in how not to handle drugs crisis Mo Farah has handled incident surrounding his coach as badly as possible Double Olympic champion is an emotional individual, prone to the occasional tantrum He ignored pleas from British Athletics officials to compete in Birmingham
Prince Harry dropped in on a @sportrelieftraining session to support Mike Goody and Paul Vice two Invictus Games athletes competing in competitors who will be taking part in 'Sport Relief: Clash of the Titans'. Double Olympic Gold Medallist Dame Kelly Holmes also attended the training session to impart her expertise to the 2014 Invictus Games competitors Mike Goody and Paul Vice. Mike Goody and Paul Vice who are hoping to be selected for @InvictusOrlando will be running an 800m route across…
Nearly half the sports at this summers Paralympic Games in Rio will not be covered live on television after the host city scrapped plans to pay for an expansion of its coverage. The Rio organising committee has decided not to provide the funding needed to increase the number of Paralympic sports that were covered live at London 2012 because it could not afford the extra expense. This means that the Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) will provide live TV feeds for just 13 of the 22 sports…