Sutton: Finding 'marginal gains' might mean getting TUEs
Former Great Britain and Team Sky coach Shane Sutton has said he regarded using the therapeutic use exemption system (TUEs) as a legitimate way to find "marginal gains" without breaking anti-doping rules.
Wiggins to race at Indoor Rowing Champs
British Rowing has welcomed the news that eight-time Olympic medalist and former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins will take part in the British Indoor Championships in December.
Cavendish fit to chase Tour de France record
Mark Cavendish is ready to put his Tour de France heartbreak behind him, having made a full recovery from a horror crash at the 2017 event that left his career in jeopardy.
Wiggins furious as UKAD drops investigation
Sir Bradley Wiggins has criticised UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) for conducting a 14-month investigation over allegations of wrongdoing by Team Sky and British Cycling after the doping body dropped the case
UK cycling avoids charges; methods questioned
No charges will be brought over the doping investigation that cast a cloud over the reputation of British Cycling and Bradley Wiggins, the country's first Tour de France champion and most decorated Olympian.
Wiggins cleared by UKAD after mystery package
UK Anti-Doping has announced that there will be no charges as a result of its 14-month investigation into allegations of wrongdoing at British Cycling and Team Sky.
Varnish suing UK Sport and British Cycling
Former Olympian Jess Varnish is suing UK Sport and and British Cycling over claims that the 26-year-old cyclist suffered sexual discrimination, victimisation and detriment for whistleblowing.
Freeman leaves British Cycling with health issue
Dr Richard Freeman has resigned from his role with British Cycling due to ill health.
2018 TdF will be shortest in 21st century
Chris Froome's bid to claim a record equaling 5th Tour title will see the riders tackle the iconic Alpe-d'Huez.
British Cycling coach Salzwedel sacked
The man who coached a Sir Bradley Wiggins-led team pursuit quartet to Olympic gold at Rio 2016 has been sacked by British Cycling.
Irishman Bennett wins stage one in Turkey
Irishman Sam Bennett claimed stage one victory as the Tour of Turkey got under way on Tuesday.
Ex-Olympic champ fired after positive drug test
Former Olympic road cycling champion Samuel Sanchez, who returned a positive doping test in August, had his B-sample confirmed Wednesday and was promptly fired by the BMC Racing Team.
Reichenbach: Moscon felled me deliberately
Sebastien Reichenbach believes controversial rival Gianni Moscon deliberately caused the crash that left him with a broken elbow.
Cyclist Rumsas banned after testing positive
Fifteen years after his father got entangled with drugs at the Tour de France, Raimondas Rumsas has been provisionally banned by Italy's anti-doping agency.
Italian cyclist Pirazzi gets 4-year doping ban
Italian cyclist Stefano Pirazzi has tested positive for growth hormone-releasing peptides and will be banned from competition until May 3, 2021.
Sagan refuses to rule out fourth world title
Three-time world champion Peter Sagan has refused to rule out the possibility of extending his record-breaking run of world titles.
Smit the latest South African to earn UCI WorldTour ride
Willie Smit will be the latest South African cyclist on the UCI WorldTour circuit in 2018, and at the same time forge a new path for cyclists from the continent.
Kenny set to race on after retirement u-turn
Six-time Olympic champion Jason Kenny plans to race on to the Tokyo 2020 Games after admitting that he had "pretty much decided to walk away" after the Rio Olympics..
Herrera: Cycling caused me to get cancer
Former Vuelta a Espana winner Luis Herrera says that regular sun exposure during his cycling career caused him to get skin cancer.
Sagan wins 3rd straight cycling championship
Peter Sagan ended a year of mixed fortunes on a high note by becoming the first man to win three straight world road race titles.