With a dozen gold medals under his belt, Olympic speaker and member of the Great Britain cycling team Ed Clancy MBE has shown just how much commitment, professionalism and hard work an athlete has to possess. As an Olympic speaker, he frequently discusses his experience of elite sport, taking his audience on a journey through his career. Charismatic and witty, Ed can captivate audiences for hours.
Pride of place among the 12 golds are two that Ed won at the Olympic Games – one in Beijing in 2008 and one at the London 2012 Games (where he also won a bronze). In the World Championships, he managed five golds, three silvers and a bronze. While in the European Elite Championships, he collected another staggering five golds and a bronze medal between 2010 and 2014.
Add to this the silver medal Ed won at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and it’s easy to see why audiences love to hear the stories this Olympic speaker has to tell. Previously a member of the British Cycling Academy – which also included such major stars as Geraint Thomas and Mark Cavendish – Ed is well-known for combining an incredible sprint with impressive endurance.
As if being on the 250m wooden tracks wasn’t sufficiently adrenaline-inducing, when Ed isn’t indoors he’s racing motorbikes and cars at motorsport events. In 2018, Ed joined the Vitus Pro Cycling Team for the 2019 season, reflecting his constantly developing skills as a cyclist. A popular booking opportunity, Ed can bring your event to life.
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When featuring at events Ed is known to discuss such topics as:
- Going for Gold
- High-Performance Teams
- Breaking Records
- Peak Performance
Over the course of his career Ed has set the following world records in the Team Pursuit:
- A time of 3:56.322 at the 2008 Manchester World Championships
- A time of 3:55.202 at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
- A time of 3:53.314 at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
- A time of 3:53.295 at the 2012 Melbourne World Championships
- A time of 3:52.499 at the 2012 London Olympic Games
- A time of 3:51.659 at the 2012 London Olympic Games
- A time of 3:50.570 at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games
- A time of 3:50.265 at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games