Cycling

Great Britain's Trott defends women's omnium title at UEC Elite Track European Championships

By Daniel Etchells

Laura Trott successfully retained her European crown in the women's omnium ©Getty ImagesGreat Britain's Laura Trott retained her women's omnium title on the final day of the European Cycling Union Elite Track European Championships in Guadeloupe.

Italy's Viviani takes men's omnium crown at UEC Elite Track European Championships

By Daniel Etchells

Elia Viviani climbed from joint-third place after the first day's action to win the men's omnium ©Getty ImagesItaly's Elia Viviani claimed the men's omnium title on the penultimate day of the European Cycling Union Elite Track European Championships in Guadeloupe.

Russia's Ershov sets pace in men's omnium at UEC Elite Track European Championships

By Daniel Etchells

Russia's Artur Ershov is the frontrunner in the men's omnium ©Getty ImagesRussia's Artur Ershov leads the way at the halfway point of the men's omnium at the European Cycling Union Elite Track European Championships in Guadeloupe.

Great Britain claim three medals at UEC Elite Track European Championships

By Daniel Etchells

Ed Clancy claimed a gold medal in the men's team pursuit and bronze in the scratch race ©Getty ImagesGreat Britain put in a strong performance at the European Cycling Union (UEC) Elite Track European Championships in Guadeloupe, claiming gold medals in the men's and women's team pursuits.

UCI to investigate team of Tour de France winner after third rider tests positive for banned substance

By Gary Anderson

The Astana Pro Cycling team is under investigation from the UCI after a third rider has tested positive for EPO ©Getty ImagesThe International Cycling Union (UCI) today announced it is launching an investigation into the Astana Pro Cycling after llya Davidenok became the third rider from the outfit to test positive for a banned substance.

Grand Tour €1 million challenge is not a joke insists Tinkoff-Saxo chief

By Gary Anderson

Tour de France winners Vincenzo Nibali (left) and Chris Froome have been challenged to take part in all three Grand Tours in 2015 ©Getty ImagesA proposal to offer the world's top riders a share in a €1 million (£794,000/$1.3 million) prize-fund to compete in all three Grand Tour cycling events in 2015 is not "a joke or a publicity stunt" according to one of the men behind the idea, chief executive of the Tinkoff-Saxo team Stefano Feltrin.

British Cycling announce changes to track coaching structure in build-up to Rio 2016

By Gary Anderson

Iain Dyer has been appointed as coach coordinator for podium coach-related operations at British Cycling ©Getty ImagesBritish Cycling has announced the appointment of a number of key personnel to coaching positions in its track cycling programme as the build-up to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games continues.

Poland's Kwiatkowski wins men's crown as Road Cycling World Championships come to an end

By Daniel Etchells

Michal Kwiatkowski celebrates as he crosses the finish line ©Getty Images Poland's Michał Kwiatkowski has claimed the men's road race title on the final day of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Road World Championships in Ponferrada.

France's Ferrand-Prevot wins elite women's title in photo-finish at UCI Road World Championships

By Daniel Etchells

Pauline Ferrand-Prevot claimed the elite women's road race title ©Getty ImagesFrance's Pauline Ferrand-Prevot claimed the elite women's road race title in a photo-finish at the 2014 International Cycling Union (UCI) Road World Championships in Ponferrada.
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