Philip Hindes MBE
British Track Cyclist - 2x Olympic Gold Medalist
Philip Hindes MBE is a British track cyclist, specialising in sprints. He holds dual nationality having been born in Germany to a British father. Having initially competed for Germany at a junior level, in 2010 he switched to the British Cycling programme.
At 24 years old, Philip already holds two Olympic gold medals, winning the Men’s team sprint in London in 2012 and Rio in 2016.
On his way to winning the gold medal in Rio 2016, Philip partnered Jason Kenny and Callum Skinner to break the Olympic record with a time of 42.440.
Philip remains a professional cyclist, competing for the WIGGINS team in 2016.