Jody Cundy said yesterday that a stay-away protest would be considered hypocritical after lambasting as a “joke” the awarding of the UCI Para-cycling World Championships with seven weeks’ notice.
The UCI, cycling’s world governing body, announced Los Angeles...
Thursday 16th Feb 2017
posted by Morning Star in Sport
British Cycling’s plan to move forward after a period of intense scrutiny took further shape yesterday with the announcement of former Jaguar and Volkswagen boss Jonathan Browning as its new chairman.
Browning, 57, was added to the governing body’s board two years ago as a...
Friday 10th Feb 2017
Former Olympic champion shames sport over doping
Wednesday 25th Jan 2017
Team Sky boss turns attention towards Kenworthy
Wednesday 11th Jan 2017
Former Tour de France and Olympic champion retires
Thursday 29th Dec 2016
Plans to build more roads mean more cars and congestion – but there are ways to make our transport more efficient, healthier and less polluting, argues ROB WELLS
Tuesday 6th Dec 2016
posted by Rob Wells in Features
JESS VARNISH said yesterday that she feels vindicated by British Cycling’s ruling that Shane Sutton used “inappropriate and discriminatory language.”
Sutton resigned as British Cycling technical director in April amid allegations of discrimination against Varnish,...
Wednesday 9th Nov 2016
KATIE ARCHIBALD suffered a fractured wrist on Saturday’s second day of the Track World Cup in Glasgow — but won women’s Madison gold with Manon Lloyd anyway.
Archibald and Lloyd, on her 20th birthday, tumbled to the track after 18 laps of the 80-lap event before...
Monday 7th Nov 2016
Gold medallist cannot wait to get ’racing this season’
Thursday 3rd Nov 2016
by Our Sports Desk
NEW ZEALAND’S Jack Bauer won the fifth stage of the Tour of Britain after just holding off the chasing peloton at the finish in Bath.
Bauer was part of a breakaway that led for the vast majority of the 194.5km stage starting in Aberdare in south...
Friday 9th Sep 2016