British Cycling has announced what it describes as an "innovative restructure" of its sprint programme, with the aim of delivering medals at Tokyo 2020 and beyond.
Former British cyclist Jess Varnish has appealed against a ruling that saw her lose an employment tribunal in January.
British Cycling has claimed it is "extremely disappointed" that the medical tribunal of its former doctor Richard Freeman has been adjourned after 20 days of preliminary argument.
A tribunal looking into the conduct of former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman will not begin until Wednesday (February 20) at the earliest, it has been reported.
Former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman will face accusations he ordered testosterone to enhance the performance of an athlete when a tribunal into his conduct starts in Manchester tomorrow.
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 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".
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.
British Cycling have confirmed their road race and time trial riders for next month’s 2018 European Championships in Glasgow.
British Cycling and UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) have launched a new partnership as they attempt to shape the fight against doping in sport.
British Cycling chair calls for continued improvement as governing body publishes first-ever gender pay gap figures
British Cycling chair Frank Slevin has claimed that the national governing body is working hard to close the gender pay gap and improve working conditions for its employees.
Three new leadership roles have been created within British Cycling in an attempt to signify the body's improved governance following bullying and doping-related problems.
Coe criticised in British Parliamentary report for infamous "declaration of war" speech after claims of doping in athletics
A British Parliamentary report into doping in sport has heavily criticised International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe after he warned that reports of widespread drug use was a "declaration of war" on his sport.
British Cycling announce formation of Rider Representative Commission to aid improvements to athlete welfare
British Cycling have announced the formation of a 16-member Rider Representative Commission (RRC), which they claim is another significant step forward in improving athlete welfare at the national governing body.
UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) have claimed their “jiffy bag” investigation was “hindered” by British Cycling’s failure to report allegations of potential doping sooner.