VIDEO WEBCHAT REPLAY: Second chance to watch the interview with Olympic legend Chris Hoy

14:31 03 October 2012

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Great Britain's Chris Hoy celebrates winning the men's keirin Olympic gold. Photo credit: Andrew Milligan/PA wire

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This evening (Wednesday, October 3), London24 hosted a live webchat with Sir Chris Hoy, attempting to find out what makes Britain’s most successful ever Olympian tick.

A number of questions put to Chris came from social media users and the champion cyclist answered questions ranging from who he admires in sport to when he will retire from track competition.

You can view the video interview again if you click on the link below.

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