I want to thank Glasgow Caledonian for co-hosting this event.
This is a fantastic, forward-looking university – and we are very grateful for your support today as we are to the Lee Valley VeloPark, for hosting us in this magnificent space.
Less than two years ago, this Velodrome was a cauldron of excitement.
Chris Hoy was ripping around at 40 miles per hour I was up there, I had a whole seat but believe me, I only used the edge.
Three more golds – an incredible night.
But for me, the best thing about the Olympics wasn’t the winning.
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