David Millar is a Scottish racer on the Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda team. Millar, 35, made his mark as the youngest yellow jersey wearer ever in the Tour de France in 2000, when he beat Lance Armstrong in stage 1 of the race. Millar is the only rider from the UK to have worn every Tour de France jersey and one of five to have worn the yellow jersey.
After serving a two-year suspension, Millar has become one of cycling’s leading spokespeople for anti-doping and a member of the World Anti Doping Association. He rode the Giro d’Italia for the first time in 2008, helping lead the team to victory in the opening team time trial, and continues to be one of the sport’s leading time trialists, winning a silver at the 2010 UCI World Championships and a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games time trial.