How do we keep inspiring a generation? by James McCallum
With a background in competitive cycling spanning 20 years, James McCallum has witnessed the sport’s dramatic rise first hand; from a niche past time to one of the country’s most loved and successful sports.
With a fourth Commonwealth games just around the corner this summer and retirement from international cycling looming – James takes a retrospective look at his pathway from growing up in Glasgow to competing internationally, the on-going shift in the Scottish mentality of being the underdog and how the legacy of London 2012 has had an impact on society and how Glasgow2014 will help continue that legacy.
He also knows Chris Hoy.