Chris Hoy savours 'brilliant' motor racing debut
Sir Chris Hoy shows his prowess at the wheel during Race One of the Avon Tyres British GT Championship at Oulton Park.
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Paralympic cyclist Aileen McGlynn on her hopes for 2014
Since then she has won six Paralympic medals and broken a host of world records at competitions around the globe.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Hosting the Commonwealth Games may soon become more trouble than its worth
IN the same week as Glasgow 2014 celebrated 100 days to go to the start of Commonwealth Games, it was announced that London would not bid for the 2022 edition and had never any intention of doing so despite rumours to the contrary.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Glasgow 2014: Big pedals to fill for Scots riders
WHEN Sir Chris Hoy announced, a year ago this Friday, that two home Games would be one too many, it was more a blow to morale than a devastating setback to Team Scotland's medal prospects.
Olympic hero Sir Chris Hoy sets sights on Le Mans as he swaps bikes for cars
Britain's greatest track cyclist will trade two wheels for four in the first round of the British GT Championship in Cheshire Knight rider Sir Chris Hoy will swap his top speed of 50mph on a bike for 190mph in a Nissan at Oulton Park this weekend.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
As Steven Gerrard breaks down after Liverpool's win against...
Stevie's G-enius, Rodgers' revolution, Liverpool's English aces and anyone but The Special One... Here are 10 reasons why everyone's rooting for the Reds in the best title race in Premier League history Costa FIT to face Chelsea! Atletico ace stitched up after horror gash at Getafe and will be ready for Champions League clash against Blues JAMIE ... (more)
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Commonwealth Games 2014: 100 days until party starts in Glasgow
It was an uphill battle after Chico's early sending off and our man Phil Blanche was there to run the rule over the players As she prepares to host a brand-new TV series about our musical heritage, Cerys Matthews assures Karen Price that it is far from a staid history lesson.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Andrew Alderson: Commonwealth Games now struggles for relevance
A deluge of patriotic propaganda will be foisted on New Zealand sports fans before the July 23-August 3 event in Glasgow but, in the majority of the 17 sports, the medals weigh lighter than those of an Olympics or world championships.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Sir Chris's earnings rise to nearly A 1m
OLYMPIC hero Sir Chris Hoy saw his earnings double last year after his company raked in more than 1.4 million.
Sir Dave Brailsford to step down as British Cycling performance director to focus on Team Sky role
Brailsford has overseen Great Britain's most successful ever period in cycling but will now focus on his Team Sky and Tour de France commitments Sir Dave Brailsford is to stand down as head of British Cycling, ending one of the country's most successful sporting tenures.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers: Steve Peters turned us into title contenders
OUR SUCCESS IS DOWN TO STEVE: Brendan Rodgers has praised Liverpool psychiatrist Steve Peters for the positive impact he has had on the team since joining the club [GETTY] The Team GB psychiatrist was one of Rodger's first appointments when he took charge at Anfield in a bid to improve his side's mental toughness.
Shane Sutton: 'British Cycling has gone stale...'
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Sir Chris Hoy reveals Le Mans dream with Nissan - video
Goal is to take Hoy back to the podium with the ultimate aim to gain a seat at the 2016 Le Mans 24 Hours.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Factfile Sir Chris Hoy
BORN in Edinburgh in 1976, Sir Chris grew up in the Corstorphine area of the city and was educated at George Watson's College.
Back on track: Sir Chris Hoy to make competitive return in Le Mans 24 hour race
Sir Chris Hoy is planning a competitive comeback in 2016, with the Le Mans 24 hours race the target rather than the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.
The New Zealand Herald
Cycling great Chris Hoy swaps 2 wheels for 4
Six-time Olympic cycling champion Chris Hoy is swapping two wheels for four as he embarks on the first step of his new sporting goal to drive in the Le Mans 24 Hours race.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Andy Murray, hotelier
Andy Murray's hotel in central Scotland has just opened but there is no sign of the Wimbledon and Olympic tennis champion.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
10 things to do across Scotland this weekend
This annual cycling showpiece has dozens of exhibitors, loads of activities, and a profusion of workshops, talks, and demonstrations.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Sir Chris Hoy at the Cyclopark Cafe with cafe owner Julian Ramirez
Olympic hero Sir Chris Hoy visited Cyclopark in Gravesend to speak about his career and inspire the next generation of cyclists.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Businessman leaves A 2.7m for poor children
A BUSINESSMAN has left the bulk of his 4 million fortune to the private Scottish school where he was a pupil to help children from poorer backgrounds.