Sir Chris Hoy

Former Track Cyclist, 11 x World Champion, 6 x Olympic Gold Medallist & 2 x Commonwealth Gold Medallist

How to hire Sir Chris Hoy

Contact the Champions Speakers Agency to provisionally enquire about hiring Sir Chris Hoy for your next event, today. To get in touch, simply call an official booking agent on 0207 1010 553 or email us at [email protected] for more information.

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When at corporate events, Chris is known to cover the following topics:

  • Peak Performance
  • Role Model
  • Determination
  • Dealing with Change
  • Motivation

Official Feedback from In-Person & Virtual Events

Feedback from In-Person Events:

"We had such a good day yesterday! Chris was absolutely brilliant - he was so inspirational, motivational and hilarious. He'd clearly taken on board what we'd discussed during the pre-call and delivered exactly what we'd asked for as well as taking the time after his speech to talk to the attendees and get to know us. His passion for supporting mental health was evident and has really helped to encourage conversations and discussion in the room. Just a massive thank you from us again to you all for everything." - Catherine, Assistant to Director of Asset Management, Onshore Wind at SSE Renewables

"Excellent - everyone wanted to have their photo taken with him and his medals" - Lloyds

"The most incredible keynote from Sir Chris Hoy to wrap up an excellent couple of days. Inspiring, thought-provoking and demonstrating the importance of the little things... What an honour to have him close out our Xerocon London 2018 for us." - Xero

  • 2016 - Completed the Le Mans 24 hour race 
  • 2014 - The velodrome built for the Commonwealth Games is named after him 
  • 2012 - GB's flagbearer at the London Olympics 
  • 2009 - Given a knighthood 
  • 2008 - Winner of BBC Sports Personality of the Year 
  • 25 time World Championship medalist including 11 gold medals 
  • One of Britain's most decorated Olympians with six Gold Medals and one Silver Medal
  • Two-time Commonwealth Champion 
  • Author of the children's book series Flying Fergus 
  • Scotland's most successful Olympian