| Place Of Birth || Great Britain |
| Residence || Stockport, England |
| Occupation || Professional Cyclist |
| Club || The Great Britain Cycling Team |
| Recent Results || UCI Track World Cup (Manchester, England, 11-Dec-2005)|
Gold in the Individual Pursuit (4.27.311)
Silver in the Team Pursuit (4.09.521)
British Cycling National Championships (England, 3-Oct-2005)
Gold in the Individual Pursuit
Gold in the Points Race (70 pts)
| Commonwealth |
| Melbourne 2006|
Gold in the Individual Pursuit (4:21.801)
Silver in the 4000m Team Pursuit (4:02.665)
Bronze in the 4000m Individual Pursuit (4:21.813)
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004|
Silver in the 4000m Team Pursuit (4:01.760)
Bronze in the 4000m Team Pursuit (4:01.979)
| Injuries || Paul contracted a serious viral infection in 2002, but had recovered by 2003. |
| Other || Paul is gathering an impressive medal collection, including winning the British Individual Pursuit Title in 2005, an Olympic silver (Athens 2004), an Olympic bronze (Sydney 2000); four World Championship silvers (2000, 2001, 2003 & 2004), a World Championship bronze (2002) and a Commonwealth Games silver (2002).|
On the road, he is a formidable rider, who prefers to use his pursuiting speed to make lone breaks, rather than get involved in sprint finishes. He won the prestigious Irish Milk Ras in 2001 and has won stages of several European stage races whilst riding for Great Britain.
He has become something of a nearly man in the Individual Pursuit, having missed out on a medal at the world championships in 2003 and going out in the first round in 2004, despite qualifying third fastest. He did, however, pick up a bronze in the Individual Pursuit at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester.
Paul's hobby off the track is taking photographs of cyclists.