Chris Newton Rapha Condor Recycling 2008


Date of birth: 29/09/1973

From: Stockton-on-Tees

Team: Retired

Previous teams: Rapha Condor Sharp (2008-10); (2006-2007); Team Brite (1998)

Chris Newton career profile

Chris Newton is a road and track rider who manages, like several of the GB Olympic team, to successfully combine the two disciplines.

Newton is one of Britain's most successful track cyclists, taking many wins at national, Commonwealth and World level. In addition to his many wins on the track, Newton has also taken several high-profile wins on the road with his and Rapha-Condor-Recycling squads. Newton has spent the majority of his career riding domestic road races, where he won the Premier Calendar overall in 2007, although has taken several wins on the continent as well.

2008 was perhaps Newton's finest season to date. In addition to winning two national titles, Newton also dominated the points race at the Manchester World Cup as well as taking home a bronze medal in the points race in Beijing.

Newton is currently riding for the Rapha-Condor-Sharp team on the road. When he's not riding, Chris is a cycling campaigner aiming to get more people out on their bikes.

Newton retired from racing at the end of the 2010 season and took up a position as Olympic Academy men's endurance coach.

Chris Newton results


Tour DoonHame; stage one

Tour DoonHame; stage two

Tour DoonHame; overall

Lincoln Grand Prix


Track World Cup; points race overall

Track World Cup, Copenhagen, team pursuit gold

Track World Cup, Beijing, points race gold

National champion, scratch race

National champion, points race

Rochdale GP

Track World Cup, Manchester, points race


Olympic points race; bronze medal

Gold medal, points race Manchester World Cup

National scratch race champion

National points race champion

Ras; stage three


Premier Calendar; overall

Bikeline 2-day; overall

Bikeline 2-day; stage one


Commonwealth Champion Team Pursuit

National scratch race champion

National team pursuit champion


World Champion Team Pursuit

National time trial champion

Ras; overall


National points race champion

National scratch race champion

National team pursuit champion


National scratch race champion

Milk Ras; overall


World champion Points race

National points race champion

Tour de la Manche

Milk Ras; stage one

Milk Ras; stage six

Milk Ras; stage seven

Milk Ras; stage eight

Circuit des Mines; stage four


National circuit race champion

Circuit des Mines; overall

Circuit des Mines; stage five

Grand Prix Ploogestraat

Lancaster Grand Prix


British national time trial champion

Grand Prix Claude Criquielion

Jong Maar Meodik

Europa 2-day; overall

Europa 2-day; stage two

Lincoln Grand Prix

Silver Spoon Chase

Oleum Grand Prix

Olympia Tour; stage seven

Olympia Tour; stage eight


National team pursuit champion

National time trial champion


National team time trial champion

Manx international time trial

Grand Prix of Essex

Europa 2-day


National team time trial champion

Grand Prix de l'Oms a Fontainne

Grand Prix de la Londe

Grand Prix Bonville

Grand Prix de Geneve


Tour of Lancashire

International Archer Grand Prix


National scratch race champion

National team pursuit champion

International Archer Grand Prix

Silver Spoon 2-day


National scratch race champion

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