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Neil Fachie MBE (born 12 March ) is a Scottish Paralympic multiple sports athlete competing in events for individuals with a visual impairment. Fachie has. Lora Marie Fachie, MBE (née Turnham; born 4 September ) is a visually impaired English racing cyclist who competes in para-cycling tandem road and. 12 x World, 4 x Commonwealth & Paralympic Champion. Scottish Paralympic cycling legend Neil Fachie MBE, will host two sessions in Aberdeen TODAY (pm and pm) as part of the Tour Series celebrations. Come and see Paralympic, Commonwealth and World Champion @neilfachie in the.
7 Apr Track cyclist Neil Fachie won his second gold medal on the Gold Coast to equal the Scottish Commonwealth Games record of four golds. Romanian. Etymology. From Vulgar Latin *facla, from Latin facula (“little torch”), from fax (“torch”). Noun. fachie f (plural fachii). (rare) torch (flaming). Now an established member of the Great Britain Cycling Team, Fachie (née Turnham) bounced back from the disappointment of missing out on a medal in her.
Athlete profile for Great Britain Cycling Team cyclist Neil Fachie - biography, medals, results, stats and photos. Neil Fachie. Cycling, Para-Sport m Time Trial B Tandem - Men, Para-Sport Sprint B Tandem - Men. Neil won gold in both Time Trial and Sprint at Gold. 26 Mar Aberdeen cyclist Neil Fachie has purged his Paralympics pain by winning double gold in the men's B 1km time trial and sprint at the. 6 Apr The year-old and pilot Matt Rotherham romped to victory in yesterday's men's tandem B 1km time trial, with Fachie saying he'd been. FACHIE Neil, MBE. Neil Fachie MBE and pilot Craig MacLean MBE at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. Neil was born in Aberdeen and now lives in.
5 Apr Scotland cyclist Neil Fachie breaks his own Commonwealth Games record to claim gold in the men's B&VI m time trial final at the Anna. 7 Apr Neil Fachie added a second gold to his Commonwealth Games success as he and pilot Matt Rotherham won the blind and visually. 7 Apr NEIL Fachie won his second and Scotland's third gold medal of the Commonwealth Games with a dominant display alongside pilot Matt. Neil Fachie and Matt Rotherham produced this magnificent ride to earn gold in the men's sprint in Rio.