David Daniell Manchester world cup 2008

David Daniell

Date of birth: 23/12/1989

From: Middlesbrough

Team: Great Britain

David Daniell career profile

David Daniell is a product of British Cycling's talent-scouting process, having been spotted via BC's Go Ride scheme whilst still at school and fast-tracked for success in the track sprint disciplines.

Daniell soon proved his talent, with junior wins in the world (team sprint) and European (team sprint, kilo) track championships in 2006. In 2007, Daniell followed this with further gold medals as a junior at the worlds (team sprint), European championships (sprint) and British national championships (sprint and kilo).

Daniell's first big international victory as a senior came at the Manchester round of the 2008/09 World Cup when he scooped the kilo win with a blistering time of 1-01-996. Daniell was subsequently picked to ride for Team GB at the 2009 track world championships in Poland.

He came second in the Keirin in the 2010 Dehli Commonwealth Games, but has struggled to maintain a permanent foothold in the highly competitive GB sprint team.

David Daniell results


Revolution 24, sprint


Track World Cup (Manchester), kilo


Junior Track World Championships, team sprint

Junior Track European Championships, sprint

British Junior National Championships, sprint and kilo


Junior Track World Championships, team sprint

Junior Track European Championships, team sprint and kilo


British National Championships (Under 16), Kilo TT

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David Daniell, 2010 track worlds

David Daniell

David Daniell

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