Denmark’s Olympic cross-country champion Annika Langvad won the women's title at the International Cycling Union Mountain Bike Marathon World Championships in Singen today.
Defending champions Jolanda Neff and Tiago Ferreira will aim to retain their International Cycling Union (UCI) Mountain Bike Marathon World Championships titles tomorrow in Singen.
Exclusive: Cookson hails UCI's relationship with IOC while expressing surprise at Lappartient's WorldTour criticism
Brian Cookson believes the relationship with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) developed under his leadership of the International Cycling Union (UCI) has been successful before adding he is "baffled" by his Presidential rival David Lappartient’s criticism of the WorldTour reforms.
Team sizes in Grand Tours will be reduced from nine riders to eight for the 2018 International Cycling Union (UCI) WorldTour season.
Exclusive: Cookson labels claims British Cycling ignored King report conclusions as "absolutely wrong"
Brian Cookson has described suggestions the British Cycling Board ignored conclusions made in a 2012 report by Peter King, which highlighted cultural and behavioural issues in the world class performance programme (WCPP), as “absolutely wrong”.
Nominations for candidates for the Presidency of the International Cycling Union (UCI) will officially close today, marking the formal start of a three-month campaign that will culminate at September's Congress in Bergen.
David Lappartient has confirmed he will stand against incumbent Brian Cookson for the Presidency of the International Cycling Union (UCI).
Australia's Rohan Dennis claimed victory on the closing stage of the 2017 Tour de Suisse as Simon Spilak was confirmed as the overall winner of the race.
Athletes implicated in the Operation Puerto scandal are unlikely to be named after the Provincial Court of Madrid ruled that blood bags could only be used to identify those with open cases.
Peter Sagan of Slovakia claimed his second stage victory of the 2017 Tour de Suisse with another exceptional sprint performance on the eighth and penultimate stage of the event.
Slovenia's Simon Spilak claimed victory on the seventh stage of the Tour de Suisse to gain the overall lead with just two days of racing left.
UK Sport chief executive Liz Nicholl has admitted that issues exposed in some sports over recent months are "very concerning", but insists they are being addressed.
British Cycling has hit back at claims from Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee chairman Damian Collins that members of the organisation's Board should be replaced.
Italy’s Domenico Pozzovivo triumphed on the sixth stage of the Tour de Suisse to move into the overall race lead.
Jess Varnish has described the findings from a review into the culture of British Cycling’s world-class performance programme (WCPP) published yesterday as "insulting".