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<plb_layout val_1="&#039;&#039;&#039;Born:&#039;&#039;&#039; 23 March 1976, in Edinburgh, United Kingdom&lt;br&gt;&#13;&#10;&#039;&#039;&#039;Height:&#039;&#039;&#039; 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)&lt;br&gt;&#13;&#10;&#039;&#039;&#039;Weight:&#039;&#039;&#039; 92 kg (200 lb)&lt;br&gt;&#13;&#10;&#039;&#039;&#039;Current Club:&#039;&#039;&#039; Team Sky+ HD&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;&#039;&#039;&#039;Sir Christopher Andrew “Chris” Hoy: MBE, BSc, DSc, Hon,&#039;&#039;&#039; otherwise known as “The Real McHoy,” is an ambassador to the London 2012 Olympics and is looking to defend his gold medals in his home country.&lt;br&gt; &#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;One of Great Britain’s most beloved athletes was inspired to pursue his sport by watching the movie ET as a 6 year old. He has since gone on to meteoric heights in his sport of track cycling.&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;He is recognized as the most successful Olympic male cyclist with a total of 5 medals (4 gold and 1 silver) and is a hero in Scotland and Great Britain. He is also a multiple World Champion and Commonwealth Games medalist.&lt;br&gt;&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;For his achievements he has received numerous honors including:&lt;br&gt; &#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;*Hoy was appointed a [[wikipedia:Member_of_the_Order_of_the_British_Empire|Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)]] in 2005. &#13;&#10;*How received an Honorary Doctor of Science from University of Edinburgh in 2005. &#13;&#10;*Hoy was named as Sportsman of the Year by the Sports Journalists&#039; Association of Great Britain in 2008. &#13;&#10;*Hoy was named as BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2008.&#13;&#10;*Hoy was created a [[wikipedia:Knight_Bachelor|Knight Bachelor]] by Queen Elizabeth II in 2009.&#13;&#10;*How was inducted to the University of Edinburgh&#039;s Sports Hall of Fame in June 2009. &#13;&#10;*How received an Honorary Doctor of Science from University of St. Andrews in 2009. &#13;&#10;" val_2="*4 Times Olympic Champion&#13;&#10;*Olympic Games Silver&#13;&#10;*Olympic Games Team Sprint Record&#13;&#10;*World Best Team Sprint Record&#13;&#10;*Olympic Games 200m TT Record Holder&#13;&#10;*Olympic Games Kilo Record Holder&#13;&#10;*World Record Holder 500m FS&#13;&#10;*10 Times World Champion&#13;&#10;*5 World Silver&#13;&#10;*5 World Bronze&#13;&#10;*2 Times Commonwealth Champion&#13;&#10;*2 Commonwealth Games Bronze&#13;&#10;*Commonwealth Games Kilo Record Holder&#13;&#10;*Commonwealth Games Team Sprint Record Holder&#13;&#10;*30 World Cup Golds&#13;&#10;*10 World Cup Silver&#13;&#10;*4 World Cup Bronze&#13;&#10;*European Champion&#13;&#10;" val_3="Sponsors link[http://www.chrishoy.com/wp/links]" val_4="" val_5="" val_6="Chris Hoy" val_7="220px-Chris_Hoy%2C_October_2008.jpg" val_8=" [[Great Britain]]" val_9="[[Cycling-Track]]" val_10="Sprint, Keirin, Team Sprint" val_11="3 Gold Medals 2008 Olympics" val_12="See competition results" val_13="2000, 2004, 2008" val_14="The Real McHoy" val_15="220px-Chris Hoy.jpg&#13;&#10;220px-Chris Hoy, October 2008.jpg" layout_id="2218" cswikitext=""></plb_layout>
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<plb_layout val_1="&#039;&#039;&#039;Born:&#039;&#039;&#039; 23 March 1976, in Edinburgh, United Kingdom&lt;br&gt;&#13;&#10;&#039;&#039;&#039;Height:&#039;&#039;&#039; 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)&lt;br&gt;&#13;&#10;&#039;&#039;&#039;Weight:&#039;&#039;&#039; 92 kg (200 lb)&lt;br&gt;&#13;&#10;&#039;&#039;&#039;Current Club:&#039;&#039;&#039; Team Sky+ HD&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;&#039;&#039;&#039;Sir Christopher Andrew “Chris” Hoy: MBE, BSc, DSc, Hon,&#039;&#039;&#039; otherwise known as “The Real McHoy,” is an ambassador to the London 2012 Olympics and is looking to defend his gold medals in his home country.&lt;br&gt; &#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;One of Great Britain’s most beloved athletes was inspired to pursue his sport by watching the movie ET as a 6 year old. He has since gone on to meteoric heights in his sport of track cycling.&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;He is recognized as the most successful Olympic male cyclist with a total of 5 medals (4 gold and 1 silver) and is a hero in Scotland and Great Britain. He is also a multiple World Champion and Commonwealth Games medalist.&lt;br&gt;&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;For his achievements he has received numerous honors including:&lt;br&gt; &#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;*Hoy was appointed a [[wikipedia:Member_of_the_Order_of_the_British_Empire|Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)]] in 2005. &#13;&#10;*How received an Honorary Doctor of Science from University of Edinburgh in 2005. &#13;&#10;*Hoy was named as Sportsman of the Year by the Sports Journalists&#039; Association of Great Britain in 2008. &#13;&#10;*Hoy was named as BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2008.&#13;&#10;*Hoy was dubbed a [[wikipedia:Knight_Bachelor|Knight Bachelor]] by Queen Elizabeth II in 2009.&#13;&#10;*How was inducted to the University of Edinburgh&#039;s Sports Hall of Fame in June 2009. &#13;&#10;*How received an Honorary Doctor of Science from University of St. Andrews in 2009. &#13;&#10;" val_2="*4 Times Olympic Champion&#13;&#10;*Olympic Games Silver&#13;&#10;*Olympic Games Team Sprint Record&#13;&#10;*World Best Team Sprint Record&#13;&#10;*Olympic Games 200m TT Record Holder&#13;&#10;*Olympic Games Kilo Record Holder&#13;&#10;*World Record Holder 500m FS&#13;&#10;*10 Times World Champion&#13;&#10;*5 World Silver&#13;&#10;*5 World Bronze&#13;&#10;*2 Times Commonwealth Champion&#13;&#10;*2 Commonwealth Games Bronze&#13;&#10;*Commonwealth Games Kilo Record Holder&#13;&#10;*Commonwealth Games Team Sprint Record Holder&#13;&#10;*30 World Cup Golds&#13;&#10;*10 World Cup Silver&#13;&#10;*4 World Cup Bronze&#13;&#10;*European Champion&#13;&#10;" val_3="Sponsors link[http://www.chrishoy.com/wp/links]" val_4="" val_5="" val_6="Chris Hoy" val_7="220px-Chris_Hoy%2C_October_2008.jpg" val_8=" [[Great Britain]]" val_9="[[Cycling-Track]]" val_10="Sprint, Keirin, Team Sprint" val_11="3 Gold Medals 2008 Olympics" val_12="See competition results" val_13="2000, 2004, 2008" val_14="The Real McHoy" val_15="220px-Chris Hoy.jpg&#13;&#10;220px-Chris Hoy, October 2008.jpg" layout_id="2218" cswikitext=""></plb_layout>

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<plb_layout val_1="'''Born:''' 23 March 1976, in Edinburgh, United Kingdom<br> '''Height:''' 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)<br> '''Weight:''' 92 kg (200 lb)<br> '''Current Club:''' Team Sky+ HD<br><br> '''Sir Christopher Andrew “Chris” Hoy: MBE, BSc, DSc, Hon,''' otherwise known as “The Real McHoy,” is an ambassador to the London 2012 Olympics and is looking to defend his gold medals in his home country.<br> One of Great Britain’s most beloved athletes was inspired to pursue his sport by watching the movie ET as a 6 year old. He has since gone on to meteoric heights in his sport of track cycling. He is recognized as the most successful Olympic male cyclist with a total of 5 medals (4 gold and 1 silver) and is a hero in Scotland and Great Britain. He is also a multiple World Champion and Commonwealth Games medalist.<br> For his achievements he has received numerous honors including:<br> *Hoy was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 2005. *How received an Honorary Doctor of Science from University of Edinburgh in 2005. *Hoy was named as Sportsman of the Year by the Sports Journalists' Association of Great Britain in 2008. *Hoy was named as BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2008. *Hoy was dubbed a Knight Bachelor by Queen Elizabeth II in 2009. *How was inducted to the University of Edinburgh's Sports Hall of Fame in June 2009. *How received an Honorary Doctor of Science from University of St. Andrews in 2009. " val_2="*4 Times Olympic Champion *Olympic Games Silver *Olympic Games Team Sprint Record *World Best Team Sprint Record *Olympic Games 200m TT Record Holder *Olympic Games Kilo Record Holder *World Record Holder 500m FS *10 Times World Champion *5 World Silver *5 World Bronze *2 Times Commonwealth Champion *2 Commonwealth Games Bronze *Commonwealth Games Kilo Record Holder *Commonwealth Games Team Sprint Record Holder *30 World Cup Golds *10 World Cup Silver *4 World Cup Bronze *European Champion " val_3="Sponsors link[1]" val_4="" val_5="" val_6="Chris Hoy" val_7="220px-Chris_Hoy%2C_October_2008.jpg" val_8=" Great Britain" val_9="Cycling-Track" val_10="Sprint, Keirin, Team Sprint" val_11="3 Gold Medals 2008 Olympics" val_12="See competition results" val_13="2000, 2004, 2008" val_14="The Real McHoy" val_15="220px-Chris Hoy.jpg 220px-Chris Hoy, October 2008.jpg" layout_id="2218" cswikitext=""></plb_layout>

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