|Date of Birth
14 February 1997
|Place of Birth
I-Team Cycling Club
In repeat of his Gold Coast Games, Joe Truman soared to a stunning silver at Birmingham 2022.
The track cyclist joined forces with Hamish Turnbull and Ryan Owens to clinch second place in the men's team sprint final behind Australia.
A crash on day two of competition saw his Games end early will silverware already in his pocket.
Truman has emerged in recent years as one of a growing number of talented young British track sprinters.
The Portsmouth cyclist was part of the English men’s sprint team that took home the silver medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
That stunning debut at just 21 years of age displayed his incredible potential.
In recent years Truman has claimed multiple British titles, winning the Keirin Championship in 2020 and the team sprint at the 2022 British National Track Championships.
He has also spent time at Japan's keirin school in an attempt to hone his skill in that sprint discipline.