British cycling report set for February publication
An independent investigation into the culture of British Cycling has finished but the publication of its report is still a month away.
Injured Kenny a doubt for Track World Championships
Four-time Olympic champion Laura Kenny has sustained a hamstring injury which casts doubt over whether she will compete in April's Track Cycling World Championships.
Kittel: TUEs have no place in cycling.
Marcel Kittel criticizes therapeutic use exemptions and suggests they may taint Bradley Wiggins' legacy.
Brailsford defends methods as review nears end
Sir Dave Brailsford has issued an impassioned defence of his methods as the independent review into the culture of British Cycling nears a conclusion.
Brailsford: Froome must cement his legacy.
Team Sky's Dave Brailsford wants to see Chris Froome cement his place amongst the best in cycling history.
Brailsford criticises Kenworthy comments on investigation
Embattled Team Sky principal Sir Dave Brailsford has criticised the chairman of UK Anti-Doping for undermining the investigation into allegations of wrongdoing in cycling.
UKAD chief: Cycling's committee appearance 'extraordinary'
David Kenworthy has criticised the answers given by cycling officials to MPs last month regarding the contents of a 'mystery' package delivered to the Team Sky doctor.
Froome: Turned down TUE at '15 Tour de France
Chris Froome turned down the use of a therapeutic use exemption during the second of his three Tour de France wins, the Briton has revealed.
105-year-old Frenchman sets cycling record
Frenchman Robert Marchand set a cycling world record in the 105-plus age category by riding just over 14 miles in one hour.
Probe prevents disclosure on Wiggins package - Howden
British Cycling chief insists he is prevented from confirming what was in a package delivered to Sir Bradley Wiggins five years ago due to an ongoing UK Anti-Doping investigation.
Sir Bradley Wiggins retires from cycling
Sir Bradley Wiggins will end a career that saw him win a British record eight Olympic medals as well as the country's first Tour de France title.
Sailing guru in as performance director at British Cycling
One of the key figures behind Britain's recent success in Olympic sailing has been hired as performance director at the country's cycling federation.
Team Sky 'confident' of being cleared by UKAD
Team Sky is "confident" it will be cleared of any wrongdoing when UK Anti-Doping completes its investigation into a possible anti-doping rule violation.
Mystery Team Sky package contained Fluimucil - Brailsford
The mystery package at the centre of a UK Anti-Doping investigation contained the decongestant Fluimucil, Team Sky principal Sir Dave Brailsford said on Monday.
Brailsford set to face questions over Wiggins package
Sports minister Tracey Crouch has said Team Sky boss Sir Dave Brailsford will be asked "some extremely important questions" when he is quizzed by MPs on Monday.
Varnish demands to see evidence in bullying complaint
Jess Varnish's lawyers have asked British Cycling to release all the documents related to the investigation into her bullying complaint against ex-technical director Shane Sutton.
UK Sport issues funding warning to British Cycling
UK Sport's chairman Rod Carr has warned British Cycling it could hand back money if it fails to fix its governance issues.
Cyclist Varnish reveals heartbreak at Sutton decision
Jess Varnish has said she is 'shocked and upset' after learning only one of her nine complaints against former British Cycling technical director Shane Sutton was upheld.
Wiggins back for 2017, undecided on retirement
Sir Bradley Wiggins has been retained on the British Cycling Olympic podium programme as he continues to mull over his competitive future in the sport.
Wiggins wins chance to end career on a high
Sir Bradley Wiggins insists he is still to make a decision about his future after winning what was expected to be his final event, in Ghent with Mark Cavendish.
Wiggins: Nothing is going to 'p--- on my parade'
Sir Bradley Wiggins insisted he was going to enjoy what might be the final race of his career after moving into a share of third place with Mark Cavendish at the Ghent Six Day.
British trio take track gold in Holland
Jack Carlin, Ryan Owens and Joe Truman combined to win men's team sprint gold as Great Britain made a strong start to the second Track World Cup of the season.
Varnish vindicated by Sutton ruling
Jess Varnish feels vindicated by British Cycling's ruling that Shane Sutton used "inappropriate and discriminatory language" towards her and brushed off online abuse by Sutton's wife.
Great Britain claim five golds in Glasgow
Great Britain swatted aside recent controversies to show the future is bright with five gold medals at the Track World Cup in Glasgow.
Sutton to appeal British Cycling verdict
Shane Sutton is to appeal after British Cycling found the former technical director used "inappropriate and discriminatory language" towards Jess Varnish.
Tyson Fury and David Haye disagreed in their appraisal of Anthony Joshua on Saturday, but what is definite is the Briton will face a much sterner test against Wladimir Klitschko.
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