Six-time gold medalist Chris Hoy retired from cycling Thursday,
saying he had expended ''every last ounce of effort and energy'' in
becoming Britain's most decorated Olympian and spearheading the
country's rise to the top of the sport.
Chris Hoy, Britain's most decorated Olympian with six golds medals, is retiring from cycling after a 13-year career at the top of the sport.
The 37-year-old Scot has spearheaded Britain's surge to the forefront of world track cycling, winning his first Olympic gold in Athens in 2004 and capturing three more in Beijing in 2008 and a further two at his home games in London...