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Nationality England Flag ENG England
Birth Date 11/05/1970
Gender Men
Height (m / in) 1.83/6'0''
Weight (kg / lbs) 88/194
Events Inscribed   Cycling Track Men's 1km Time Trial
Member of England Cycling Track Men's Team Sprint
Medals Won SILVER Medal SILVER -  Men's 1km Time Trial

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
16 Mar
Men's 1km Time Trial
England Flag ENG  - QUEALLY Jason (2) 1:01.849 Completed

Place Of Birth Great Britain
Residence Chorley, England
Occupation Professional Cyclist
Club The Great Britain Cycling Team
Recent Results UCI Track World Cup (Manchester, England, 9-Dec-2005)
Silver in the 1000m Time Trial

UCI Track World Cup (Moscow, Russia, 6-Nov-2005)
Silver in the Team Sprint
Gold in the 1000m Time Trial
Games History
Melbourne 2006
Silver in the 1000m Time Trial (1:01.849)

Manchester 2002
Silver in the 1000m Time Trial (1:01.947)
Silver in the Team Sprint (44.772)

Kuala Lumpar 1998
Silver in the 1000m Match Sprint
Games History
Athens 2004
5th in the Team Sprint (44.075)

Sydney 2000
Gold in the 1000m Time Trial (1:01.947)
Silver in the 4000m Team Sprint (44.772)
Other Jason has a graduate degree in Biological Science from Lancaster University, where he represented British Universities at water polo. He joined the Manchester Track League in 2000 and won Britain's first gold medal of the Sydney Olympics in the 1000m time trial.

Jason is a rival of Scotland cyclist, Scot Chris Hoy, who will also be competing in the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

Hoy won the 1000m title in the Athens 2004 Olympics and Jason was just pipped to gold by him at the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games.

However, Queally defeated Hoy at the World Track Championships in Los Angeles in March 2005.

Following Jason's win in the Time Trial at the Sydney Olympics, he has become one of the most recognised cyclists in Britain. Jason was a key member of the England squad at the 2002 Commonwealth Games, where he picked up silvers in the Kilo and in the Team Sprint. Unfortunately he missed the 2002 World Championships following a viral infection, but was again recording impressive 1000m times in 2003.

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