Nationality: British
Date of birth: March 12, 1985
Height: 186cm
Weight: 78kg
Team: JLT-Condor
Twitter: @Ed_Clancy

Ed Clancy is a multiple Olympic and World Champion on the track, breaking the team pursuit world record a number of times.

He is usually an endurance event specialist but did have a spell as Sir Chris Hoy's replacement in the team sprint. Despite some solid results he returned to endurance in 2013, and it is in those events that he has ridden ever since.

Away from the track, Clancy is a regular and popular rider at the Tour Series and other British domestic road races.

He has won eight individual stages at the Tour Series, and his JLT-Condor team holds the most series wins with two (2011, 2014).

With the 2016 Rio Olympics solidly on the horizon, Clancy's luck will have to change if he is to be selected for the British team.

His last Worlds win was back in 2012, so he and the British team will need to be on devastating form to light up the Olympics in the way they have over the past few editions.

In the latest in our ‘show us your scars’ series, we caught up with Olympic pursuit star and top level crit rider Ed Clancy. In the video Clancy talks us…

Under the Smithfield floodlights Ed Clancy (JLT Condor) seized victory in a 10-man sprint for the line in the Jupiter Elite Men’s criterium, whilst Katie Archibald (Pearl Izumi Sports Tours International)…

New Zealand’s track riders continue to re-write their country’s cycling history as they took their first ever team pursut world title in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines today. Last year in Cali they won…