Liam Peter Phillips is a BMX racing cyclist representing Great Britain. In 2013 he won the UCI BMX World Championships, his first. Having been cycling from the age of 5, he took up competitive BMX whilst a junior and won ten consecutive British titles. He won his first European title in 1999, and represented Great Britain at the 2008 Summer Olympics, at the 2012 Summer Olympics and at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
|Full name:||Liam Peter Phillips|
|Born:||March 11, 1989, Taunton, England|
|Discipline:||Bicycle Motocross (BMX)|
|Rider type:||Off Road|
|Twitter:||Liam Phillips's Twitter profile|
About Liam Phillips
BMX racer most famous for winning the UCI BMX World Championships in 2013. He previously won the European title in 1999, when he was just eleven years old.
Liam Phillips Before Fame
He won ten straight British BMX championships between the ages of five and fourteen.
Achievement of Liam Phillips
He represented Great Britain at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, the first time the sport had been included in the Games.
Liam Phillips Family Life
His father was a national BMX coach and founded a Burnham BMX club.
Associations of Liam Phillips
He and Donny Robinson are both winners of the UCI BMX World Championships.
Information related to Liam Phillips
- UCI BMX World Champions (elite men)
- BMX riders
- English male cyclists
- Olympic cyclists of Great Britain
- Cyclists at the 2008 Summer Olympics
- Cyclists at the 2012 Summer Olympics
- Cyclists at the 2016 Summer Olympics