GB's Skinner: IOC can't stop protests at Games
Britain's Olympic track cycling gold medallist Callum Skinner said the International Olympic Committee (IOC) would not be able to stop athletes protesting during this year's Tokyo Games.
Former British Cycling doctor lodges appeal
Richard Freeman, the former chief doctor for Team Sky and British Cycling, has lodged an appeal to clear his name after being permanently struck off the medical register last month.
Italian cycling team faces ban over doping cases
The International Cycling Union said Tuesday that Italian cycling team Vini Zabù faces a suspension after a second rider tested positive for doping.
U.K. working with WADA on rider's abnormal test
British cycling and anti-doping authorities said they are committed to working with the World Anti-Doping Agency to look into allegations surrounding the investigation of an abnormal drugs test by a rider in 2010.
British cycling doctor ruled unfit to practise
The reputation of British cycling was dealt a severe blow when a doctor involved in the country's transformation into an Olympic superpower was found to have covered up the order of a "drug of choice" intended to boost a rider's performance.
COVID-19: Women's Tour postponed to October
This year's cycling Women's Tour, scheduled to be held in Britain in June, has been postponed to October due to the COVID-19 pandemic, organisers said on Tuesday.
Africa's Qhubeka makes 2021 return amid struggle
Team Qhubeka ASSOS founder, Doug Ryder, has said that he was "very emotional" after watching his team's maiden race of 2021.
Segafredo lift suspension of Simmons
Trek-Segafredo have lifted their suspension of junior world champion Quinn Simmons and the 19-year-old will join their off-season training camp before returning to competition next year, Cyclingnews has reported.
UK cycling coach axed for misconduct with riders
British Cycling has dismissed one of its top coaches after finding him guilty of gross misconduct including inappropriate relationships with riders.
Gronewegen gets nine-month ban after crash
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) on Wednesday suspended Dutch cyclist Dylan Groenewegen for nine months after causing a crash that resulted in compatriot Fabio Jakobsen being placed in a medically induced coma in August.
Roglic wins second successive Vuelta a Espana
Slovenian Primoz Roglic was crowned king of the Vuelta a Espana for the second successive year as the Jumbo Visma rider safely reached Madrid after a largely processional stage 18 on Sunday.
COVID-19: 2021 Tour Down Under cancelled
The 2021 editions of the Tour Down Under -- cycling's first World Tour race of the season -- and the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race have been cancelled since COVID-19 restrictions have caused havoc with race logistics.
Britain's Geoghegan Hart wins Giro d'Italia
Britain's Tao Geoghegan Hart won the Giro d'Italia after beating Maglia Rosa holder Jai Hindley in the final-stage time trial on Sunday.
Giro: Almeida in pink; more COVID-19 cases
Bahrain McLaren's Jan Tratnik wins stage 16 of the Giro d'Italia with Joao Almeida retaining the pink jersey as two more positive cases are recorded in the grand tour.
Cyclist Alaphilippe has hand surgery after crash
World champion Julian Alaphilippe underwent successful surgery on his right hand Monday following his season-ending crash at the Tour of Flanders one-day classic race.
Coronavirus wreaks havoc on Giro d'Italia
The Giro d'Italia was thrown into chaos Tuesday when two full teams, another overall contender and one more elite rider withdrew from the cycling race following a series of positive tests for the coronavirus.
Alex Dowsett solos to win Giro stage 8
Britain's Alex Dowsett wins stage 8 of the Giro d'Italia after a solo time trial seven years after his first grand tour victory.
COVID-19 forces Simon Yates out of Giro d'Italia
Overall contender Simon Yates has withdrawn from the Giro d'Italia after testing positive for the coronavirus, his Mitchelton-Scott team announced before Saturday's eighth stage.
Cycling team manager Bracke violates ethics
Cycling's world governing body said on Friday that Doltcini-Van Eyck Sport women's team manager Marc Bracke had violated its code of ethics after an inquiry into allegations of harassment and it had therefore begun disciplinary proceedings.
Ineos' Ganna wins stage five of Giro d'Italia
Time trial world champion Filippo Ganna rode away from the breakaway up a category-one climb to win stage five of the Giro d'Italia.
Alaphilippe narrowly avoids repeat blunder in win
Julian Alaphilippe again appeared to raise his arms a bit early as he crossed the finish line to win the Brabantse Pijl race by a few inches over runner-up Mathieu van der Poel.
Ex-Team Sky doctor admits to destroying laptop
Former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman has admitted to destroying a laptop with "a screwdriver or blunt instrument" before giving it to forensic experts conducting a doping investigation.
Helicopter causes crash at Giro d'Italia
Italian Luca Wackermann was forced to withdraw from the Giro d'Italia with multiple injuries following a big crash in Tuesday's fourth stage caused by a low flying helicopter.
Thomas withdraws from Giro with broken pelvis
Geraint Thomas withdrew from the Giro d'Italia before Tuesday's fourth stage after breaking his pelvis in a fall a day earlier.
Jakobsen to undergo surgeries to rebuild jaw
Dutch rider Fabio Jakobsen has said he will undergo reconstructive surgery next week to fix his jaw two months after a horrific crash at the Tour of Poland.
Watch the very best in U.S. sport LIVE and on-demand with ESPN Player. Available across Europe, subscribe today.