Sir Chris Hoy
Chris Hoy was 36 when he took to the velodrome at London 2012 and he was again a gold medal winner. Sir Chris Hoy, to give him his correct title was bestowed with the lavish honour of a knighthood after becoming the first Briton to win three Gold Medals in a single Olympic Games at Beijing in 2008 since Henry Taylor in 1908 and the most successful Olympic cyclist in the event¢s history.
Olympics Cycling Mens Keirin Result
Final - Tuesday 7th August 2012
|Gold||Chris Hoy||Great Britain|
|Bronze (Shared)||Teun Mulder||Netherlands|
|Bronze (Shared)||Simon van Velthooven||New Zealand|
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