UK Sport chief questions British Cycling ruling
UK Sport chief executive Liz Nicholl has voiced "serious concerns" over the handling of the allegations against former British Cycling technical director Shane Sutton.
Wiggins slams Brailsford's 'marginal gains' mantra
Sir Bradley Wiggins has dismissed Sir Dave Brailsford's marginal gains process while calling fellow Olympic gold-medallist Victoria Pendleton 'a bit of a milkshake' at corporate event in London.
Valverde wins Tour of Catalonia for 2nd time
Alejandro Valverde of Spain won his second Tour of Catalonia on Sunday, securing the victory by finishing first in the 86-mile seventh stage.
Cycling boss: Bullying claims 'sensationalised'
New British Cycling boss Stephen Park has poured cold water on claims the sport is rife with bullying and insisted the "sensationalised" stories are "not representative of the whole programme."
Wiggins: I'm a man of integrity
Five-time Olympic cycling champion Sir Bradley Wiggins has hit back at doping allegations but has predicted future developments will further "shock a few people."
Nacer Bouhanni wins stage four at Volta a Catalunya
Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni won a weather-affected stage four of the Volta a Catalunya on a day which saw no change in the overall classification.
Team Wiggins 'disappointed' with TdY omission
Team Wiggins have expressed disappointment at being omitted from the Tour de Yorkshire.
UCI contacts UKAD to 'assess' ex-Team Sky rider
The UCI's anti-doping division has contacted the British authorities to "assess" former Team Sky rider Josh Edmondson's claim the British outfit covered up his breach of rules on injections.
Ex-Team Sky rider secretly used Tramadol
Former Team Sky rider Josh Edmondson has claimed he broke cycling's rules on injections and became addicted to the painkiller Tramadol while riding for the British outfit.
Rowsell Shand retires, backs British Cycling
Double Olympic champion Joanna Rowsell Shand has announced her retirement from cycling and praised the sport's beleagured UK governing body.
Froome: Without Brailsford, there's no Team Sky
Chris Froome has belatedly declared his support for Sir Dave Brailsford and apologised for the handling of the controversy currently engulfing Team Sky.
Henao wins Paris-Nice for Team Sky
Team Sky won Paris-Nice for the fifth time in six attempts as Colombian Sergio Henao triumphed in 'the Race to the Sun' on Sunday.
Varnish calls for British Cycling board to go
Jess Varnish wants to see members of the British Cycling board ousted if it is shown they reversed the findings of an internal investigation into her removal from their elite programme.
Brailsford won't quit Team Sky over 'mystery' package
Embattled Team Sky principal Sir Dave Brailsford has once again ruled out resigning, and said his focus is on the British team's success.
Leaked report questions British Cycling board
British Cycling board members made a "shocking and inexcusable" decision to reverse findings of an investigation into technical director Shane Sutton, it was reported today.
Rupert Guinness tackles The Overlander.
ESPN contributing reporter Rupert Guinness talks about his cycling adventure, The Overlander, where he will ride across Australia to raise money for rhino conservation.
Armstrong still a polarizing figure.
Bonnie D. Ford joins Outside the Lines to react to Lance Armstrong's attempts to rehabilitate his tarnished image.
WADA exploring possible ban on corticosteroids
The World Anti-Doping Agency says it is exploring a complete ban on corticosteroids.
Jason Kenny to miss world championships
British Cycling has named a 20-strong squad for next month's UCI Track Cycling World Championships, but Olympic champions Jason and Laura Kenny and Ed Clancy will miss the event.
Team Sky admit 'mistakes were made'
Sir Dave Brailsford has admitted "mistakes were made" by Team Sky in their medical record-keeping but once again insisted they have broken no rules.
Team Sky boss Brailsford backed by riders
Geraint Thomas has publicly backed Team Sky principal Sir Dave Brailsford following a report that some of the team's riders were considering asking him to resign.
British Cycling must 'restore credibility'
British Cycling's failure to keep track of which drugs were being used by its riders has been described as "shocking" by the chief executive of funding agency UK Sport.
UKAD chief: Team Sky has no records of cyclists' medication
UK Anti-Doping boss Nicole Sapstead has launched a scathing attack on British Cycling, Team Sky and their doctor Richard Freeman for failing to keep proper records of drugs given to riders.
Cope: I should have asked what was in Team Sky package
The former British Cycling coach who couriered the package at the centre of a UK Anti-Doping investigation has told MPs he "probably" should have asked what was in it.
Varnish lawyers hit out at British Cycling
Lawyers acting for Jess Varnish have accused British Cycling of withholding information relating to her removal from the Olympic programme.
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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