Christian Lyte

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Christian Lyte
Personal information
Full name Christian Lyte
Born (1989-03-01) March 1, 1989 (age 28)
Manchester, England, United Kingdom
Team information
Current team Sportcity Velo
Discipline Track
Role Rider
Rider type Sprinter
Amateur team(s)
2006- Sportcity Velo
Major wins
Team Sprint junior world champion (2006, 2007)
Keirin junior world champion (2007)

Christian Lyte (born 1 March 1989, Manchester[1]) is a Barbadon, English born competitive cyclist, specialising in track sprinting. He is a former member of the British Cycling Olympic Academy. He is a junior world team sprint champion for the second year running and junior keirin world champion for 2007.[1]

Palmarès[edit]

2005
1st United Kingdom sprint, British National Track Championships (U16)
2nd United Kingdom 500m TT, British National Track Championships (U16)
2006
1st team sprint, UCI World Track Championships, junior (with Jason Kenny & David Daniell)
1st United Kingdom team sprint, British National Track Championships (Junior)
2nd United Kingdom kilo, British National Track Championships (Junior)
3rd United Kingdom sprint, British National Track Championships (Junior)
3rd United Kingdom keirin, British National Track Championships (Junior)
3rd United Kingdom sprint, British National Track Championships (Junior)
3rd United Kingdom 3km pursuit, British National Track Championships (Junior)
2007
1st team sprint, UCI World Track Championships, Mexico, Junior
1st keirin, UCI World Track Championships, Mexico, Junior
1st European Union sprint, Junior European Track Championships
1st United Kingdom keirin, British National Track Championships (Junior)
1st United Kingdom scratch, British National Track Championships (Junior)
2nd sprint, UCI World Track Championships, Mexico,Junior
2nd European Union keirin, Junior European Track Championships
2nd European Union team sprint, Junior European Track Championships
2nd United Kingdom kilo, British National Track Championships (Junior)
3rd European Union team sprint, U23 European Track Championships
3rd United Kingdom sprint, British National Track Championships (Junior)
2009
3rd United Kingdom keirin, British National Track Championships (Senior)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Christian Lyte Bio". British Cycling. 

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