Former British cyclist Jess Varnish has been unsuccessful in her effort to prove that she was an employee of British Cycling and UK Sport at an employment tribunal.
New Zealand's Paddy Bevin claimed his first professional win on the second stage of the International Cycling Union's (UCI) Tour Down Under.
Cyclist Brajkovic does not have the "energy or money" to fight doping ban blamed on contaminated supplement
Slovenia's Janez Brajkovic said he does not have the "energy or money" to fight his doping ban despite blaming the positive result on a contaminated supplement.
David Lappartient is set to fulfil one of his major election pledges after the International Cycling Union (UCI) announced regulations banning tramadol will come into force on March 1.
Italy's Elia Viviani produced a late surge to sprint to victory on the first stage of the Tour Down Under as the International Cycling Union (UCI) WorldTour began.
Former Team Sky and British Cycling team doctor to face tribunal after being accused of ordering testosterone for athlete
Former Team Sky and British Cycling team doctor Richard Freeman is set to face a tribunal after being accused of ordering testosterone "to administer to an athlete to improve their athletic performance".
The Tour Down Under will launch the 2019 International Cycling Union (UCI) WorldTour season with the stage race set to begin tomorrow.
Tour de France organisers have announced the first two wildcard teams for this year’s edition of the Grand Tour race.
International Cycling Union (UCI) President David Lappartient has announced that he has been appointed to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Foundation Board.
WADA claim "continuously striving" to catch cheats and not accidental dopers after 90-year-old cyclist fails test
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) have entered the debate surrounding the testing of a 90-year-old amateur cyclist in the United States, claiming they are "continuously striving" to ensure tests catch cheats and not athletes who have inadvertently ingested a contaminated product.
Travis Tygart, chief executive of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), has explained the reasoning behind the testing of a 90-year-old amateur cyclist, claiming it had to be done as he broke a world record.
Rob DeMartini has been announced as the new President and chief executive of USA Cycling by the organisation's Board of Directors.
The French Cycling Federation (FFC) have been ordered to pay Christophe Bassons €31,691 (£28,440/$36,270) for damages from a one-year suspension given to the rider in 2012.
The Mayor of the West Midlands Combined Authority has said he will hold talks on plans to construct a velodrome in Birmingham as part of legacy plans for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
A 90-year-old cyclist has accepted a public warning for an anti-doping violation.