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Birth Date:  12 Mar 1994
Place of Birth:  WALTON ON THAMES
Country of birth:  GBR
Age:  24
Gender:   Female
Height (cm):  178
Weight (Kg):  72

Events and Medals

Sport Event Rank
CRD Cycling Road Women's Road Race 23
Women's Individual Time Trial 4

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Biographical Information

Nickname: Archie (, 17 Oct 2017)

Books (, 17 Oct 2017)

Occupation: Athlete (, 16 Oct 2017)
Languages spoken: English

PERSONAL: Paul MANNING (ENG) (, 31 Jan 2017)

Sporting relatives

Brother, John ARCHIBALD, is a track cyclist. Father, Ian ARCHIBALD, was a talented runner, twice winning the Scottish 1500m title. (, 17 Oct 2017;, 16 Feb 2016)

Other sports

Competes as a road cyclist. Was a swimmer before turning to cycling, winning a few West Districts swimming medals. (, 16 Oct 2017;, 16 Feb 2017)


Crashed her motorbike in late 2015, leaving her with a ruptured posterior cruciate ligament in her knee and a fracture in her elbow. Missed the 2016 UCI Track World Championships in London. Returned for selection to the Rio (2016 Olympics) track cycling team. (, 17 Oct 2017;, 24 Feb 2016) Crashed during the 2016 UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Glasgow, Scotland, and fractured her wrist in three places. Continued with the event and won a gold medal in the madison. Had time off to recover and returned at the UCI Track World Championships in Hong Kong, China. (, 17 Oct 2017)

Reason: "I only got into the sport for fun, as I loved racing at the weekends. Even when I made it onto the British program, I never thought about the Olympics. Maybe it was naivety or just being youthful." (, 14 Feb 2015)
Ambition: "Two major personal goals for 2018: Track World Championships in March, at Apeldoorn velodrome, where I hope to defend my omnium title. Then, in April, I hope to tackle both the track and road events at the (2018) Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast, Australia." (, 16 Oct 2017)
Additional information

Gold medallist in team pursuit at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. (, 17 Oct 2017)
2017 omnium world champion in Hong Kong, China. (, 16 Oct 2017)

Became Scotland's first female track cycling world champion, after claiming gold in team pursuit at the Track World Championships in Cali, Columbia. (, 17 Oct 2017)

Bronze medallist in the points race at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. (, 17 Oct 2017)

Has her own blog with entertaining posts. Also lends her services to various newspapers and magazines. (, 17 Oct 2017)

Social Media


Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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