Truman scoops treble at British Cycling awards

Joe Truman accepts one of his trophies from Jason Queally, left, at British Cycling's annual awards ceremony. Picture: British Cycling
Joe Truman accepts one of his trophies from Jason Queally, left, at British Cycling's annual awards ceremony. Picture: British Cycling
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Joe Truman scooped a treble at British Cycling’s annual awards ceremony.

The Petersfield track star collected sprint, keirin and kilo trophies after his wins at last year’s National Junior Championships.

Truman, who is a member of British Cycling’s senior academy and is targeting a spot at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, accepted the silverware from Sydney 2000 gold medallist Jason Queally.

He said: ‘It was a great night. I was honoured to collect the awards and it was great to see some of British Cycling’s achievements over the past year.’