The last few seconds tick away to the Olympic final for the men’s team sprint.
Thousands cheer as the riders make their way to the start line. One of them, a 20-year-old with dual German-British nationality, a member for just two years of the world’s most successful track cycling team, lines up with the reigning Olympic champions. The defence of their title will rest largely on his opening effort.
January 07, 2013
Great Britain cyclists including Philip Hindes, Craig MacLean and Matt Crampton are part of a world-class field of track riders which will descend on Manchester this Saturday as the sold-out Revolution Series Round 3 begins the cycling year in style.
January 03, 2013
Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Ed Clancy have to settle for silver in the men’s team sprint at the Track World Cup in Glasgow as Germany win gold.
Kenny said “it was disappointing they weren’t quick enough to win the gold,” but nevertheless “we nailed it with Clancy on board for the first time.”
At the London Olympics, Hindes and Kenny both won gold riding alongside Sir Chris Hoy.
Watch the race in full here . . .
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November 19, 2012
Competing at his first Olympic Games Philip has managed to become an Olympic Champion. Together with Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy he won the Team Sprint in front of the French and German Team.
They have not only won a golden medal at the Olympics, they have also set the new World Record.
What an amazing achievement!
August 05, 2012
With the games starting later this week, the preperation and training is coming to an end.
Philip has worked hard to improve himself and giving his team the right start for getting an olympic medal. Dailymail had the chance to get an interview while he was in training camp which you will find here.
We are all looking forward to a bunch of very good races and we are wishing Team GB all the best!
July 23, 2012