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Sir Chris Hoy Tweets Photo Of Baby Son

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Published at 6:02am 7th November 2014.

Sir Chris Hoy has tweeted the first picture of his new baby son - who has arrived eleven weeks early.

The six-time Olympic champion wrote: "Thanks for all your messages for Callum. He's doing well so far and says hi!"

The star became a dad for the first time last month when wife Sarra gave birth.

She retweeted the message, adding: "The messages of support we've received about Callum mean so much. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you. They have really, truly helped."

The cycling star had already posted another photo of the tiny boy's hand clasping his finger - writing: "Although v. early days for wee Callum, he's doing well as is Sarra. Huge thanks to incredible medical staff."

Callum arrived on October 15th and is still being cared for in hospital after arriving at 29 weeks.

Fellow Olympian Rebecca Adlington was among the first to welcome him to the world, writing: "awww so tiny but so cute. Glad he's doing well x"Callum Hoy

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