Chris Hoy

Chris Hoy

Baby daughter for Sir Chris Hoy and wife Sarra

Sir Chris Hoy has revealed that wife Sarra has given birth to a baby girl.

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Sir Chris Hoy says he is sorry following the remark. Picture: TSPL

Chris Hoy sorry for ‘harsh’ remark on men wearing lycra

SIR Chris hoy has apologised for his “harsh” remark that middle-aged men over eight stone should avoid wearing Lycra.

Sir  Chris Hoy. Picture: TSPL

Sir Chris Hoy threatens to quit Twitter over #KitKatgate

Olympic cyclist Sir Chris Hoy has joked he may have to quit Twitter after his wife shamed his Kit Kat eating style.

Sir Chris Hoy tries out the 'ski-bike'. Picture: Twitter/@chrishoy

Sir Chris Hoy takes up ‘bike skiing’

AFTER switching cycling for motor racing, Sir Chris Hoy is back on two wheels again - but now with a ski attached.

Sarra Hoy with her son Callum.

Sir Chris Hoy’s wife Sarra expecting second child

The wife of cyclist Sir Chris Hoy is expecting a second child.

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Chris Hoy takes on Top Gear ‘reasonably fast’ car challenge

Chris Hoy takes on Top Gear ‘reasonably fast’ car challenge

Olympic cycling legend Sir Chris Hoy is set to take on the Top Gear track this Sunday, appearing as the star in the ‘reasonably fast’ car.

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Sir Chris Hoy joins SAMH staff and service users at Murrayfield Stadium to take part in a Walk A Mile event whilst discussing mental health. Picture; ''Lenny Warren

Sir Chris Hoy walks a Murrayfield mile for SAMH

olympic cycling champion Sir Chris Hoy joined 200 staff and patients to lead the Walk a Mile event in aid of the Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH).

Sir Chris Hoy during the London 2012 Olympic Games. Picture, Getty

Sir Chris Hoy sleeps out for Social Bite village

Sir Chris Hoy is to join 250 people sleeping rough for a night to raise money for a new village for the homeless.

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Sir Chris Hoy celebrates his gold medal for the Men's Keirin Track Cycling Final at the London 2012 Olympics (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)

Chris Hoy named as ‘best British Olympian of all time’

Scotland’s Chris Hoy has been named the best British Olympian of all time in a new survey.

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Sir Chris Hoy and Abbie McCallum at Sky Livingston. Picture: Peter Devlin

Sir Chris Hoy ‘rescues’ Bo’ness junior sports award winner

SCHOOL pupils on a broken down bus were left stunned when their roadside rescuer turned up - Olympic cycling champion Sir Chris Hoy.

Sir Chris Hoy is calling for action in the Syrian crisis. Picture: Unicef

Chris Hoy, Andy Murray back action on Syrian refugee kids

SIR Chris Hoy and Andy Murray are among a list of celebrities calling on the government to take urgent action to reunite lone Syrian refugee children with their families.

Sir Chris Hoy signs copies of his book for six-year-old Hamish Mayes. Picture: Andrew O'Brien

Chris Hoy: Edinburgh cycling star returns to bookshop roots

IT’S been more than two decades since Chris Hoy boosted his student bank balance by stacking shelves at Blackwell’s bookshop.

Sir Chris Hoy is a special adviser to Pure Gym, among his many business and leisure interests. Picture: contributed

Sir Chris Hoy strikes gold with £1m commercial deals

BEFORE he became the nation’s sporting golden boy, Chris Hoy was pocketing a modest £24,000 a year.

Sarra Hoy - wife of Olympian Sir Chris Hoy - with her son Callum. Picture: Contributed

Sarra Hoy and Edith Bowman criticise ‘condescending’ childcare author

SIR Chris Hoy’s wife Sarra and radio presenter Edith Bowman have taken to Twitter to criticise a “condescending” childcare author.

10-month-old Callum Hoy watching dad Chris winning Le Mans. Picture: Twitter/SarraHoy

Chris Hoy’s son ‘watches his dad win Le Mans’

BRITAIN’S most successful Olympic cyclist Sir Chris Hoy has once again been crowned a champion after swapping his bike for a car.


Sir Chris Hoy’s son Callum gets tour of Edinburgh

SIR Chris Hoy and wife Sarra took their son Callum to Edinburgh on Saturday - and showed the tot the Olympic medallist’s golden post box and golden handprints.


Sir Chris Hoy firm worth £1.4 million

THE wheels may have come to a stop, but Britain’s most successful Olympian is enjoying a money-spinning retirement away from the velodrome.

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