Callum Skinner, the Olympic track cycling champion and founding member of the international athlete group Global Athlete, has said he wants to focus on improving governance and LGBTQ rights within sport after announcing his retirement.
Former WADA deputy director general and Olympic champion to lead new international athlete organisation
A new organisation which aims to give Olympic and Paralympic athletes a voice and "repair the disconnect" between competitors and leaders of global sports bodies has been launched today.
The British Olympic Association (BOA) today announced the six Olympians elected by their fellow athletes to serve on its 13-strong Athletes’ Commission.
Cycling Olympic champion and member of the UK Anti-Doping Athlete Committee Callum Skinner has backed a suggested overhaul of the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) governance structure.
Scotland’s star names have expressed their excitement about competing in front of a home crowd at the 2018 European Championships, with the event just over one year away.
Britain’s surprise team sprint gold puts Kenny in record territory as women’s pursuit team set world record
British cycling’s apparently inexhaustible capacity to reinvent its wheels made for a thunderous statement of intent on the opening day of the track programme as their men’s team sprint trio - with 23-year-old Callum Skinner in for the retired legend that is Sir Chris Hoy - beat world champions New Zealand to earn gold in an Olympic record of 42.440sec.