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.

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.

BBC Sport - Sir Chris Hoy wins sixth Olympic gold medal with keirin win

Sir Chris Hoy wins sixth Olympic gold medal with keirin victory

BBC Sport - Sir Chris Hoy wins sixth Olympic gold medal with keirin win

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Edinburgh born , Sir Chris Hoy celebrates winning another gold medal.

In pictures: London 2012 Day 11

Olympics 2012: Sir Chris Hoy Wins Men's Keirin to Become GB's Greatest Olympian:    Sir Chris Hoy became Great Britain's greatest Olympian in history with a memorable victory in the men's keirin at the Olympic Velodrome.    The Scot's victory, in what is almost certain to be his Olympic swansong, is his sixth Olympic gold in all—one more than legendary rower Sir Steve Redgrave.    With an added silver from the 2000 games in Sydney, he is also tied with fellow cyclist Bradley Wiggins with…

Olympics 2012: Sir Chris Hoy Wins Men's Keirin to Become GB's Greatest Olympian

Olympics 2012: Sir Chris Hoy Wins Men's Keirin to Become GB's Greatest Olympian: Sir Chris Hoy became Great Britain's greatest Olympian in history with a memorable victory in the men's keirin at the Olympic Velodrome. The Scot's victory, in what is almost certain to be his Olympic swansong, is his sixth Olympic gold in all—one more than legendary rower Sir Steve Redgrave. With an added silver from the 2000 games in Sydney, he is also tied with fellow cyclist Bradley Wiggins with…

Gold medallist Sir Chris Hoy of Great Britain poses on the podium - Olympics Day 11

Gold medallist Sir Chris Hoy of Great Britain poses on the podium - Olympics Day 11

Commonwealth Games 2014: Sir Chris Hoy interview | Mail Online

Hoy well aware of the role Commonwealths played in his stellar cycling career

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