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olympic games 

2008 Beijing                  Team Pursuit                          
2012 London                 Team Pursuit 
2012 London                 Omnium
2016 Rio de Janeiro     Team Pursuit 


2005 Los Angeles        Team Pursuit 
2007 Palma                   Team Pursuit 
2008 Manchester         Team Pursuit
2010 Ballerup               Omnium 
2010 Ballerup               Team Pursuit
2012 Melbourne          Team Pursuit 
2011 Apeldoorn          Team Pursuit
2013 Minsk                   Team Pursuit
2015 Paris                     Team Pursuit 
2016 London                Team Pursuit
2018 Apeldoorn           Team Pursuit 
2019 Pruszkow              Team Pursuit 


2010 Pruszkow              Team Pursuit   
2011 Apeldoorn           Team Pursuit 
2011 Apeldoorn           Omnium
2013 Apeldoorn           Team Pursuit 
2014 Guadeloupe        Team Pursuit 
2014 Guadeloupe        Scratch Race
2019 Apeldoorn           Team Pursuit 

commonwealth games

2014 Glasgow               Team Pursuit           


2009                  MBE Award 
                   For services to cycling
2017                  OBE Award 
                   For services to cycling

 road victories  

2018          1st, Herald Sun Tour
2018          1st, London Nocturne
2010          1st, National Criterium


2020                     Launched
                   Clancy Briggs Cycling 

about ed.

Ed Clancy OBE is the most successful Team Pursuit cyclist in history, having won gold with Team GB at three successive Olympics. 2021 will be his sixteenth year as a Team GB team pursuit cyclist as he aims for Tokyo 2021 - his fourth Olympics.


Ed was born in Barnsley in 1985, and grew up in Yorkshire, spending hours on his bike and enjoying cycling but not competing seriously until he was scouted by British Cycling at the age of 16. 


He won his first gold medal with the Great Britain Team Pursuit squad at the 2005 World Championships at the age of 20. Since then, Ed has competed as an endurance cyclist on both track and road, notably riding for JLT-Condor on the road from 2011 to 2018. He won gold in Team Pursuit at both the Beijing Olympics in 2008 and the London Olympics in 2012, and was World Champion in Omnium in 2010, winning a bronze medal in the discipline at the London Olympics. 


He fought to return from a back injury and surgery in September 2015 to win an historic third gold medal in Team Pursuit at the Rio Olympics in 2016.

Ed still loves bikes as much now as he did when he was a kid, particularly mountain bikes and trials bikes in addition to road and track cycling! In 2020, along with former road teammate Graham Briggs, he launched the Clancy Briggs Cycling Academy, aiming to teach as many kids as possible about the fun and joy of riding a bike, something Ed hopes will be his legacy.

Photography Credits: Alex Duffill, PA Sport, Alex Whitehead/SWpix.com, Angus Sung, Dawn McNamara


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