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13 July 1999
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At his first ever Commonwealth Games, Hamish Turnbull struck silver in the men's team sprint.
The track cyclist joined forces with teammates and 2018 medallists Ryan Owens and Joseph Truman to storm to second place behind Australia in the final.
Turnbull, who goes by his middle name, has been on a path to cycling stardom from a young age.
He first gained a position within the Great Britain squad aged 14 and, in 2020, became the youngest rider in history to claim a National Track Sprint title previously held by multiple Olympic champions Sir Chris Hoy and Jason Kenny.
The Northumbrian won team sprint gold at this year’s National Track Championships, also winning individual bronze medals in the keirin and sprint, and is also an Under-23 European champion.
At the 2023 European Championships, Turnbull upgraded his 2022 team sprint bronze for silver.