Chris Hoy is an athlete who was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 23/03/1976 and is now 47 years old. Chris Hoy has a net worth of $55 Million.
What is Chris Hoy Net Worth?
Chris Hoy's net worth is 55 Million.
How old is Chris Hoy?
Chris Hoy is 47 years old.
What is Chris Hoy Birthday?
Chris Hoy's birthday is 23/03/1976.
What is Chris Hoy Zodiac Sign?
Chris Hoy's zodiac sign is Aries.
What is Chris Hoy's Real Birth Name?
Chris Hoy's real birth name is Sir Christopher Andrew Hoy.
Where is Chris Hoy's Birthplace?
Chris Hoy's birthplace is Edinburgh, Scotland.
How Tall is Chris Hoy?
Chris Hoy height is 6'1'' (185.42 cm).
What is Chris Hoy Nationality?
Chris Hoy nationality is Scotland.
What are Chris Hoy's Professions?
Chris Hoy's professions are Racing Cyclist.
Who is Chris Hoy's Spouse(s)?
Sarra Kemp (m. 2010)
Who is Chris Hoy?
Chris Hoy MBE is a former track cyclist and racing driver from Scotland who represented Great Britain at the Olympic and World Championships and Scotland at the Commonwealth Games.
Hoy is eleven-times a world champion and six-times an Olympic champion. With a total of seven Olympic medals, six gold and one silver, Hoy is the second most decorated Olympic cyclist of all time. Between 2012 and 2021 he was the most successful British Olympian and the most successful Olympic cyclist of all time. In 2021 he finally ceded both records to erstwhile colleague and rival Sir Jason Kenny. His seventeen global titles across four disciplines make Hoy the most successful track cyclist at the global level of all times.
With his three gold medals in 2008 Summer Olympics, Hoy became Scotland’s most successful Olympian, the first British athlete to win three gold medals in a single Olympic Games since Henry Taylor in 1908, and the most successful Olympic cyclist of all time. After winning a further two gold medals (in the keirin and team sprint) at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Hoy has won the second most Olympic gold medals (six) of all British athletes, behind Jason Kenny, and more total medals (seven) than any except fellow cyclists Kenny and Sir Bradley Wiggins. Hoy has won Olympic gold medals in more separate events – four (team sprint (twice), match sprint, kierin (twice) and kilo) than any other Briton or any other cyclist.