He can reach 44mph on his bike from a standing start in less than ten seconds.
Slowly sit back into a squat with head up, back straight and backside out.
Chris Hoy grew up in the suburb of , , and was privately educated at , followed by two years at the studying Mathematics and Physics until 1996.
Hoy is eleven-times a and six-times an champion.
Hoy took the match sprint title at the British National Championships in October 2011.
The sea level World Record was broken four times as he sat in the track centre waiting for his start.