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Neil is a gold and silver tandem track cycling medallist from the London Paralympic Games 2012,  for an athlete with a visual impairment.

Neil won gold in both Time Trial and Sprint at Gold Coast World Championships in 2018 with pilot Matt Rotherham, representing Team Scotland, setting World and Games records in Sprint qualifying and a Games record in the Time Trial.

Neil made it a ‘double double’, having also won gold in both events at Glasgow 2014 with pilot Craig MacLean.

Neil is a twelve-time World champion, three-time Paralympic Games medallist and holds the World record for the 1km Time Trial and Flying 200m. Neil and pilot Pete Mitchell became the first tandem pair ever to break the one minute mark in the 1km Time Trial.

Before taking to Cycling, Neil competed in Para-Athletics and competed at the 2008 Paralympic Games over 100m and 200m.

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