| Place Of Birth || Bristol, England |
| Residence || Bristol, England |
| Marital Status || Married |
| Occupation || Professional Cyclist |
| International Debut || 1992 |
| Club || Giant (England) |
| Recent Results || British Cycling Premier Mountain Bike Series (Britain, 2005)|
1st in the Cross Country
World Championships (Livingo, Italy, 2005)
9th in the Cross Country
| Commonwealth |
| Manchester 2002|
8th in the Cross Country (2:03:42)
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004 |
17th in the Cross Country (2:23:15)
23rd in the Cross Country (2:18:17.01)
| Injuries || In 2002 Oli broke his wrist and had back problems. |
| Other || Oli started racing when mountain biking was just taking off, in the late 80's and early 90's. He first represented his country in 1992, at only 16 years of age. |
He graduated from the Lottery funded Great Britain Cycling Team at the end of the cycling season in the year 2000.
In 2002 he repeated the national title win. He spent 2003 successfully chasing qualifying points to ensure that Great Britain had two mountain bike places at the Athens Olympics.
He won his first National senior title in 2001, to go with the National Points Series Crown and previous national titles in the Junior and under 23 categories.
Oli joined the Scott USA team two years before finishing his studies, then turned professional and continued to race with Scott.
He and has become one of England's most consistent male performers in World Cup races, and has turned in some impressive road results as well.