Former British cyclist Jess Varnish has appealed against a ruling that saw her lose an employment tribunal in January.
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.
Former British cyclist Jess Varnish, who is suing British Cycling for wrongful dismissal and sexual discrimination, has told an employment tribunal that the organisation had "extreme control" over her that was similar to that of an employer.
Track cyclist Jess Varnish is suing UK Sport and British Cycling for sex discrimination, detriment suffered for whistleblowing, victimisation and unfair dismissal.
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".
A review into the culture of British Cycling’s world-class performance programme (WCPP) has concluded that some athletes had complained of a “lack of encouragement or support”, while staff members referred to a “culture of fear in the organisation".
A review of culture of British Cycling’s world class performance programme will be published on Wednesday (June 14).
British Cycling’s Board of Directors is set to be replaced after the under-fire national governing body called for an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) next month to vote on a new set of reforms.
British Cycling has been accused of "sanitising" the report into Jess Varnish’s allegations of discrimination against its former technical director Shane Sutton in an unpublished independent review into the organisation’s world-class performance programme.
Varnish vows to appeal British Cycling verdict after only one of nine allegations against Sutton upheld
Jess Varnish has vowed to appeal the findings of a British Cycling investigation into her claims former technical director Shane Sutton used sexist and discriminatory language towards her, after it emerged only one of nine allegations was upheld.
British Cycling uphold allegation former technical director Sutton used "inappropriate and discriminatory language"
British Cycling have upheld an allegation that its former technical director Shane Sutton had inappropriate and discriminatory language towards Jess Varnish.
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.
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.