Sir Chris Hoy with London Mayor Boris Johnson and London 2012 organizing committee president Sebastian Coe at the partially-built Olympic Velodrome.  Hoy took a ride around a 75-meter temporary track (that grey oval you see surrounding them) at the velodrome site today, marking the two-year countdown to the 2012 Summer Olympics.  Even though the velodrome isn’t completed yet, he says he can already tell he prefers it to Beijing’s velodrome for the 2008 Olympics.  Read the full article at USA Today.

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Sir Chris Hoy with London Mayor Boris Johnson and London 2012 organizing committee president Sebastian Coe at the partially-built Olympic Velodrome.  Hoy took a ride around a 75-meter temporary track (that grey oval you see surrounding them) at the velodrome site today, marking the two-year countdown to the 2012 Summer Olympics.  Even though the velodrome isn’t completed yet, he says he can already tell he prefers it to Beijing’s velodrome for the 2008 Olympics.  Read the full article at USA Today.

Photo found at ESPN.

Sir Chris Hoy with London Mayor Boris Johnson and London 2012 organizing committee president Sebastian Coe at the partially-built Olympic Velodrome. Hoy took a ride around a 75-meter temporary track (that grey oval you see surrounding them) at the velodrome site today, marking the two-year countdown to the 2012 Summer Olympics. Even though the velodrome isn’t completed yet, he says he can already tell he prefers it to Beijing’s velodrome for the 2008 Olympics. Read the full article at USA Today.

Photo found at ESPN.

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