France’s Thibaut Pinot earned a narrow victory in the stage three time trial at the Tour de Romandie to propel him up to second place in the overall standings.
British Rowing chair Annamarie Phelps has been appointed as the head of a jointly commissioned independent review into British Cycling’s world class programme.
International Cycling Union (UCI) World Tour team Orica-GreenEdge have taken “ full responsibility” for British cyclist Simon Yates failing an in-competition drug test after a stage of the Paris-Nice last month.
Colombia’s Nairo Quintana took over as race leader of the Tour de Romandie after being awarded victory on stage two due to Russia’s Ilnur Zakarin being relegated by the race jury.
British Cycling has denied that kit and equipment provided by UK Sport has been given away or sold for profit, after claims that official performance kit was being sold online.
Ferrand-Prevot to target road race and mountain bike races at Rio 2016 after opting out of time trial
France’s Pauline Ferrand-Prevot will be targeting double gold at the Rio 2016 Olympics after opting not to compete in the time trial event.
Germany’s Marcel Kittel claimed victory on a shortened first stage of the Tour de Romandie after prevailing in a bunch sprint in Moudon.
Sutton resigns as technical director of British Cycling after claims of discrimination against female and Paralympic riders
Shane Sutton has announced his resignation as the technical director of British Cycling following allegations of discriminatory behaviour.
Australia’s Michael Rogers has announced his retirement from cycling after the deterioration of a congenital heart defect.
British Cycling technical director Shane Sutton has been suspended by the National Federation it has been announced, pending an investigation into allegations of discriminatory behaviour.
Spain’s Jon Izagirre powered to victory in the prologue time trial of the Tour de Romandie in La Chaux-de-Fonds to claim the first leader’s jersey of the 2016 race.
Femke Van den Driessche has been handed a six-year suspension by the International Cycling Union’s (UCI) Disciplinary Commission after they announced their decision in the technological fraud case involving the Belgian rider.
Disgraced Italian Danilo Di Luca has claimed cheating was essential for victory during his time on the bike in an explosive new autobiography due to be released tomorrow.
Britain’s Rachel Atherton continued her impressive start to the International Cycling Union (UCI) Mountain Bike World Cup season as she won the downhill event during the latest stop on the calendar in Cairns in Australa.
Dutch rider Wout Poels gave Team Sky their first-ever "Monument" classic triumph as he won a weather-affected Liège–Bastogne–Liège race today.