Man guilty over cyclist death
BBC: Man guilty over cyclist death
The Commonwealth Games medallist was knocked down by Michael Gerard Groome, 27, from Cliftonville Road in Belfast.
Mr McCall was taking part in a race near Nutt's Corner in County Antrim in August 2008 when he was fatally injured.
Groome had been hurrying to catch a flight at the international airport when he hit Mr McCall's bicycle.
He was overtaking another vehicle when the collision happened.
He initially failed to stop but returned to the scene a short time later.
He was released on bail and will be sentenced next month.
Mr McCall, 46 and a father of two, worked as a civil servant and also jointly ran Sportactive, which organises cycling and walking holidays.
He was a member of the Maryland Wheelers club in Lisburn and had won many cycling honours in Europe and Ireland.
His club have established a charitable foundation in his name.