AP McCoy is the greatest jump jockey of all time. The 18 times jockey has won everything there is to win including the prestigious Cheltenham Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase, King George V1 Chase and the 2010 Grand National.
AP McCoy has recorded over 4,000 career wins – an unbelievable achievement (and he has ridden the equivalent of one and a half times around the world). He holds all of the jump jockey records for reaching career milestones in the fastest time.
Due to his outstanding success and popularity, McCoy was named BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year in 2010 – the first jockey to win the award.
As President of the Professional Jockeys’ Association, AP McCoy enjoys public speaking; his experience, humour and personality makes him a big hit with any audience. He is a very popular and entertaining sports speaker and his Q&A sessions are insightful, inspiring and lively affairs.
AP McCoy is a regular contributor on Channel 4 Racing, The Morning Line, BBC TV and talkSPORT radio. He also has a weekly racing and football slot on Radio 5 Live.
AP is a knowledgeable fan of all sports and has appeared on programmes such as A Question of Sport, ESPN, Setanta Sport and Soccer AM.
AP’s autobiography was released in 2011 receiving critical acclaim throughout the sporting and non-sporting world.