Huw Pritchard

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Huw Pritchard
Personal information
Full name Huw Pritchard
Born (1976-01-07) 7 January 1976 (age 41)
Cardiff, Wales
Team information
Discipline Road and track
Role Rider
Amateur team(s)
C C Cardiff, Harlow CC
Professional team(s)
1999 Men's Health
2000 Linda McCartney
2002–2003 Angliasport

Huw Pritchard (born 7 January 1976 in Cardiff, Wales), was a Welsh racing cyclist. He represented Wales at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, and again in Manchester in the 2002 Commonwealth Games, where he won the silver medal in the 20 km scratch, the first Welshman to win a medal on the track at the Games. Huw now works as a product designer.



4th Team Pursuit, 4m28.664, Commonwealth Games (with Paul Sheppard, Alun Owen & Sion Jones)
1st 20km Scratch, British National Track Championships
2nd Points race, British National Track Championships
2nd Madison, British National Track Championships (with Kieran Page, SP Systems)
2nd 20km Scratch, Commonwealth Games
4th Points race, Commonwealth Games
4th Team Pursuit, 4m25.029, Commonwealth Games (with Paul Sheppard, Will Wright & Joby Ingram-Dodd)
1st Madison, British National Track Championships (with James Taylor, City of Edinburgh RC)


1st British National Road Race Championships - U23
1st Welsh National Road Race Championships
2nd Tour of Lancashire overall
2nd Manx International
1st Stage 7, Tour of Serbia
2nd Lancaster Mercedes GP, Premier Calendar event
3rd Archer GP, Premier Calendar event
1st Lincoln Grand Prix
1st Welsh National Road Race Championships

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