In Cycling Weekly’s Olympic review issue (out in shops today), we ran through some of the key players who contributed to the incredible medal haul at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

However, that was just a selection of those who played a part in the success enjoyed by Team GB’s cyclists.

Therefore, we herein present you with the full list of staff and their roles for the Games…

RIDERS

ROAD RACES

Bradley Wiggins (plus time trial)

Chris Froome (plus time trial)

Mark Cavendish

David Millar

Ian Stannard

Nicole Cooke

Lizzie Armitstead (plus time trial)

Emma Pooley (plus time trial)

Lucy Martin

TRACK

Sir Chris Hoy

Jason Kenny

Philip Hindes

Ed Clancy

Geraint Thomas

Peter Kennaugh

Steven Burke

Victoria Pendleton

Jessica Varnish

Laura Trott

Dani King

Joanna Rowsell

Wendy Houvenaghel (Travelling reserve)

Andy Tennant (Travelling reserve)

BMX

Liam Phillips

Shanaze Reade

MTB

Annie Last

Liam Killeen

STAFF

Dave Brailsford – Performance Director

Shane Sutton – Head Coach

Steve Peter – Psychiatrist

Doug Dailey – Sports Engagement Manager

Keith Reynolds – Logistics Manager

Iain Dyer – Sprint Coach

Jan van Eijden – Sprint Coach

Paul Manning – Women’s Endurance Coach

Dan Hunt – Men’s Endurance Coach

Rod Ellingworth – Men’s Road Coach

Sean Yates – Coach

Tim Kerrison – Sports Scientist

Chris Newton – Women’s Road Coach

Grant White – BMX Coach

Phil Dixon – MTB coach

Richard Freeman – Doctor

Phil Burt – Physio

Abby Burton – Press Officer

Will Forbes – Performance Analyst

Chris White – Performance Analyst

Jonathan Leeder – Performance Analyst

Martyn Ashfield – Mechanic

Ernie Feargrieve – Mechanic

Mark Ingham – Mechanic

John Hewitt – Mechanic

Diego Costa – Mechanic

Alan Williams – Mechanic

Adrianna Fouche – Carer

Luc de Wilde – Carer

Angela Rickard – Carer

David Rozman – Carer

Klaus Liebold – Carer

Matt Parker – Marginal Gains

The non-accredited staff were:

Nigel Mitchell – Nutritionist

Jo Harrison – Performance Lifestyle Advistor

Paul Barratt – Biomechanist

Scott Gardner – Sports Scientist

Chris Lillywhite

Ben Wilson

Alan Farrell – Doctor

Oli Cookson – Logistics

Soren Kristiansen – Chef

Dan Gillemette – Physio

Poppy Angus – Soigneur

Esme Taylor- Physiologist

Related links


London 2012 Olympic Games: Cycling Weekly’s coverage index

London 2012: Live text coverage of cycling events



August 7: Track cycling day six



August 6: Track cycling day five



August 5: Track cycling day four



August 4: Track cycling day three



August 3: Track cycling day two



August 2: Track cycling day one



August 1: Men’s and women’s time trials



July 28: Men’s road race



July 29: Women’s road race

London 2012: Latest news



Video: Hoy and Pendleton bow out, but new talent coming through



Sir Chris Hoy looking good as British cyclists look to end with a flourish



GB doing something right says O’Shea



Comment: Hindes’s purposeful crash – fair or foul?



New format for team pursuit explained



Pendleton and Varnish out of team sprint



‘Hot pants’ key to Pendleton and Hoy sprint



Britain’s sprinters looking to continue GB medal haul



Wiggins: Tour was perfect Olympic TT preparation



Olympic time trial round-up



Pendleton warms up for London 2012



Cancellara in, Evans out of time trial



CW eyewitness: Remember the name



Cavendish finds solace in commitment of his team mates

London 2012: Team info



Men’s road race start list



Women’s road race start list



Men’s time trial start list



Women’s time trial start list



Team GB rider profiles



Great Britain track team confirmed



Bronzini leads Italian Olympic cycling team



British Olympic men’s road race team announced



Armitstead and Cooke lead GB women’s road cycling team

London 2012: Event guides



Mountain bike event guide on
www.mbr.co.uk



Olympic Games men’s time trial: Who will win?



Olympic Games women’s time trial: Who will win?



Olympic time trial routes announced



Olympic Games women’s road race: Who will win?



Olympic Games men’s road race: Who will win?



Download detailed Olympic road race route map



London 2012 cycling schedule

London 2012: Reports



Kulhavy wins men’s Olympic mountain bike event as Killeen crashes out



Bresset wins women’s mountain bike event


Reade and Phillips out of medals in BMX



Phillips eases through to BMX semi-finals



Reade and Phillips kicks off Olympic BMX campaigns



Sir Chris Hoy wins sixth Olympic gold



Trott stunned at double Olympic gold



Pendleton ends career on a high



Tremendous Trott eliminates the rest in Olympic omnium



Kenny stuns Bauge in sprint to win second gold



Bronze for Clancy while Pendleton marches on



Pendleton sets new Olympic record to qualify ahead of Meares



Trott, King and Rowsell keep gold medals coming



Kenny lights up a stuttering men’s sprint competition



Track day two: Pendleton and team pursuiters deliver more gold



Track cycling day one: Hoy leads team sprinters to gold



Wiggins wins gold in men’s time trial, bronze for Froome



Armstrong defends Olympic title in women’s time trial



Cycling events medal table



Women’s road race: Armitstead wins silver as Vos strikes gold



Men’s road race: Vinokourov wins as Cavendish misses out

London 2012: Photos



Men’s mountain biking by Phil O’Connor



Men’s mountain biking by Graham Watson



Women’s mountain biking by Phil O’Connor



Women’s mountain biking by Graham Watson



BMX finals by Phil O’Connor



BMX finals by Graham Watson



BMX men’s quarter-finals by Graham Watson



Track day six (evening) by Andy Jones



Track day six by Phil O’Connor



Track day six by Graham Watson



Track day five by Andy Jones



Track day five by Graham Watson



Track day four evening session by Andy Jones



Track day four evening session by Graham Watson



Track day four morning session by Andy Jones



Track day four morning session by Phil O’Connor



Track day three evening session by Andy Jones



Track day three evening session by Phil O’Connor



Track day three morning session by Andy Jones



Track day two by Phil O’Connor



Track day two by Graham Watson



Track day one by Andy Jones



Track day one by Phil O’Connor


Track day one by Graham Watson




Men’s time trial by Graham Watson



Women’s time trial by Graham Watson



Pendleton track training



Women’s road race by Andy Jones



Women’s road race by Graham Watson



Men’s road race by Andy Jones



Men’s road race by Phil O’Connor



Men’s road race by Graham Watson



Team GB road race training on Box Hill (July 26)

London 2012: Podcasts



Cycling Weekly podcasts on Soundcloud

London 2012: TV schedule

London 2012 BBC TV cycling coverage schedule

London 2012 Eurosport cycling coverage schedule

Related links



CW’s dummies’ guide to track racing



World’s best BMXers in London 2012 test event



Olympic road race test event: Report card



Cavendish wins London-Surrey Cycle Classic



London-Surrey Cycle Classic photo gallery



Olympic road race route officially revealed



London 2012 tickets on sale from March

Older news items

The scene at Box Hill

Tickets for Box Hill? You may need another…

Bradley Wiggins’ UKSI Olympic bike

Hoy helicoptered in for opening ceremony

Box Hill closed after local riders give security the slip

Boonen and Gilbert train on Box Hill Olympic circuit

Goss fresh for Olympic Games assault

Trott on top: London 2012

Hoy to be GB flag bearer at London 2012 opening ceremony

Millar: I think about Olympics all the time

Cavendish recognises advantage in missed Tour chances ahead of Olympics

Kenny not Hoy selected for London 2012 sprint

German and French Olympic teams sneak in fourth sprinter

Cavendish: GB’s best bet for Olympic gold

 

  • Mike T.

    Stuart, when you are bound by the rules (like the Women’s Team Sprint duo was), you are also protected by the rules and may use them right up to the limit of their scope – almost like in a court of law when you employ a lawyer who attempts to get you off a charge on the smallest detail and technicality…..all very legal.

  • mikey g

    There’s always one whinger Stuart…….. Hope you don’t follow football, you’d be slitting your wrists

  • stuart stanton

    This won’t be popular……….why don’t they do the decent thing and give back the Mens Team Sprint Gold won by deliberately causing a restart inh the final Gamesmanship? Cheating? leaves a nasty smell in the bikeshed…… My reaction was to turn it off after that.