As Performance Director at UK Sport, Peter designed and implemented the strategic funding and performance management system that resulted in the triumphant achievement of Team GB at the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games in London.
Peter has been involved, in an official capacity at seven Olympic Games and over 20 cycling championships. He has coached men and women to nine world records and gold medals at Olympic, World, Commonwealth and European Championships and over 50 national titles. He is widely credited as being the architect behind the dramatic rise in the profile and success of British Cycling as a result of his pioneering work between 1997 and 2003 establishing its high performance programme at the Manchester Velodrome.
After London 2012 he moved to Loughborough University to help ensure future generations benefit from his hard-won insights on the organisational and psychological resilience necessary for achieving and sustaining world-class performance.