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  • Cycling: Froome safe after driver rams him off his bike


    Chris Froome was deliberately knocked off his bike by a hit-and-run driver yesterday while training in southern France.

    The three-time Tour de France winner posted a picture of his broken bike on Twitter but said he was not hurt in the incident.

    The Team Sky rider wrote:...

    Wednesday 10th May 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Cycling: Giro d’Italia drops gongs for downhill sprint times


    GIRO D’ITALIA dropped controversial plans to award prizes for downhill speeds yesterday after coming under pressure from riders and officials.

    The 100th Grand Tour begins tomorrow and was scheduled to include awards for riders producing the quickest speeds on descending sections...

    Thursday 4th May 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Deignan excited by Tour route ‘more suited’ to her style


    It might not start in her hometown this year but Lizzie Deignan is looking forward to a Tour de Yorkshire route more suited to her style this weekend.

    Last year, race organisers were none too subtle in their attempts to ensure the then world champion was on the start line in her...

    Friday 28th Apr 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Cycling: Tour de Yorkshire’s profile on the rise


    Britain is ‘leading the way’ in women’s cycling, says Garner

    Thursday 27th Apr 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • UK Sport has ‘serious concerns’ over Sutton case


    Elite funding agency UK Sport told British Cycling’s board yesterday it has “serious concerns” about its handling of allegations against ex-technical director Shane Sutton and has still not received key information about the case.

    Last April, former Team GB rider Jess...

    Wednesday 29th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Cycling boss claims bullying has been ‘sensationalised’


    New British Cycling boss Stephen Park tried desperately yesterday o play down allegations of bullying within the sport, claiming that they have been “sensationalised” and are “not representative of the whole programme.”

    Wendy Houvenaghel was the latest to allege...

    Monday 27th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Cycling: UCI assessing new injection claims


    The International Cycling Union’s (UCI) anti-doping division contacted the British authorities yesterday to “assess” former Team Sky rider Josh Edmondson’s claim the British outfit covered up his breach of cycling rules on injections.

    In an interview with the...

    Saturday 18th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • British Cycling ‘attempted to cover up Sutton’s bullying’


    British Cycling board members made a “shocking and inexcusable” decision to reverse findings of an investigation into technical director Shane Sutton, it was reported yesterday.

    The Daily Mail, citing a leaked draft copy of an independent review, said an inquiry led by...

    Saturday 11th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Team Sky ‘didn’t keep proper drug records’


    ANTI-DOPING boss Nicole Sapstead launched a scathing attack on British Cycling, Team Sky and its doctor Richard Freeman yesterday for failing to keep proper records of drugs given to riders in their care.

    Appearing before the culture, media and sport select committee, Sapstead told MPs...

    Thursday 2nd Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport

  • Leg-endary arty prosthesis could get own display


    JODY CUNDY plans a permanent display of his prosthetic racing leg as a reminder of his successful journey from London 2012 heartache to Rio Paralympic gold.

    The 38-year-old erupted in fury after being denied a restart at his home Games and his specially designed prosthetic leg...

    Thursday 2nd Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Sport


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