Cavendish claims first win of season in Abu Dhabi
Mark Cavendish on Thursday claimed his first win of the season with victory on stage one of the Abu Dhabi Tour.
British Cycling accused of cover-up
UK Sport chief executive Liz Nicholl has accused British Cycling of covering up a 2012 internal report into athlete welfare in the Great Britain cycling team.
Laura and Jason Kenny expecting first child
Champion British track cycling couple Laura and Jason Kenny confirm they are expecting their first child together.
Armstrong loses bid to halt $100M PED lawsuit
A federal judge on Monday refused to block the government's $100 million lawsuit against Lance Armstrong, putting the former cyclist on course for trial in a 2010 case stemming from his performan
Wiggins suffers leg fracture on TV show
Sir Bradley Wiggins has revealed he suffered a small leg fracture while participating in celebrity skiing competition The Jump.
Howden steps down as British Cycling chairman
Bob Howden has stepped down as British Cycling chairman, but he will continue in his other role of president.
All I want to do is cycle: Deborah Herold
World no. 6 Deborah Herold's cycling career was shaped by an unlikely occurrence, the 2004 tsunami that hit Andaman and Nicobar.
Walkowiak, 1956 Tour de France champ, dies
Former Tour de France champion Roger Walkowiak has died at the age of 89.
Froome sixth as Howson wins Herald Sun Tour
Chris Froome had to settle for sixth place overall in the Herald Sun Tour as Australian rider Damien Howson took the title on Sunday.
U.S.' McCabe wins Herald Sun Tour stage
American Travis McCabe won a crash-marred third stage of the Herald Sun Tour in Australia on Saturday, outsprinting a reduced field over the final kilometers.
Grivko punches fellow cyclist Kittel during race
There was controversy on stage three of the Dubai Tour as race leader Marcel Kittel was punched by Astana's Andriy Grivko during the race.
Voeckler to defend Tour de Yorkshire title
Crowd favourite Thomas Voeckler will return to defend his Tour de Yorkshire title in the third edition of the race in April.
Defending champ Froome 6th on 1st stage in Australia
Chris Froome finished sixth on stage one of the Herald Sun Tour as he looks to become the first rider in more than a decade to claim back-to-back titles in the five-day event.
Cavendish seventh as Kittel wins
Mark Cavendish had to settle for seventh place as Marcel Kittel sprinted to his second win in successive days on stage two of the Dubai Tour.
Froome kicks off 2017 season in Melbourne
Chris Froome launched his 2017 season with a 26th-place finish in the Herald Sun Tour prologue in Melbourne.
Cavendish third in opening stage in Dubai
Germany's Marcel Kittel laid down the early marker with a sprint finish win.
Doctor to be questioned about Wiggins allegation
A doctor alleged to have received a mystery package intended for Sir Bradley Wiggins in 2011 will answer questions from a government committee.
Ten riders to watch in 2017
As the 2017 cycling season gets under way, we pick out 10 riders to keep an eye on in the coming season.
Archibald bags double at British Track Champs
Olympic medallist Katie Archibald won the scratch race to add to her individual pursuit title in Manchester.
Archibald wins at British Track Champs
Katie Archibald needed less than six laps to win the final over Emily Nelson in Manchester.
Cooke rips into UK cycling authorities
Former world and Olympic champion Nicole Cooke heavily criticised anti-doping authorities and accused British Cycling of being sexist in a damning testimony given to MPs Tuesday.
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.
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 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.
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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