Sir Chris Hoy will attempt to gain his 10th world title at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Copenhagen this week.

In November last year, Cycling Weekly photographer Andy Jones followed Hoy during his appearance at the Manchester round of the 2009/10 UCI Track Cycling World Cup.

It’s the study of a champion at work. Hoy was at the top of his game, taking gold in the Keirin, sprint and team sprint.




Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Sir Chris Hoy, Manchester Track Cycling World Cup 2009

Related links



Sir Chris Hoy: Rider Profile



Manchester track world cup: coverage index

 


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  • amir

    i love hoy

  • Ken Evans

    Has Cycling Weekly’s camera broken again ?

    Because all the photos are in black and white !