Cancer, paralysis and facing death: Paralympian David Smith on learning how to live
David Smith won gold for Team GB at the London 2012 Paralympics, but he does not want to be remembered as an Olympic medallist. Facing cancer, death and paralysis has taught him more about living his life than a gold medal did.
UCI rules transgender cyclist ineligible for event
Transgender cyclist Emily Bridges will not compete at Saturday's National Omnium Championships after governing body Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) ruled she is ineligible, British Cycling said.
British Olympic cycling great Jason Kenny retires
British cyclist Jason Kenny, the country's most decorated Olympian, has retired from racing and taken up a role as sprint coach for Britain's team.
Bernal to undergo more neurosurgery after crash
Former Tour de France winner Egan Bernal will undergo a second round of neurosurgery following a serious crash during training in Colombia last week.
TDF winner Bernal in intensive care after crash
Tour de France winner Egan Bernal is in intensive care in a Bogata hospital after undergoing surgery on Tuesday following a training crash.
Tour de France spectator fined €1,200
A French woman who caused a massive pile-up during the first stage of this year's Tour de France cycling race must pay a fine of €1,200 ($1,358.04), a court in Brittany ruled on Thursday, according to media reports.
Cavendish attacked by burglar at knifepoint
British cyclist Mark Cavendish said he was attacked by a burglar and his family threatened at knifepoint after their home in the county of Essex in England was broken into in November.
Cyclist Cavendish suffers 'small collapsed lung'
British cyclist Mark Cavendish broke two ribs and suffered a "small collapsed lung" during a crash at a track event in Belgium, his team said on Monday.
Brutal TDF 2022 route unveiled with cobbles
Tour de France organisers have designed a highly treacherous route for the men's 2022 edition which will feature rides in gusting winds, cobblestones and punishing mountain stages.
Prudhomme unveils TDF Femmes 2022 route
The women's Tour has not been held since 1989 and will this year start from Paris and end eight days later at the top of the Super Planche des Belles Filles climb at the end of an eight-stage ride through eastern France.
TDF spectator goes on trial for causing crash
The French woman, who has not been named, sent one cyclist tumbling -- with dozens more falling to the ground as a consequence -- because of a cardboard sign she was holding at a television camera, facing away from the cyclists.
UCI evacuates 165 refugees from Afghanistan
Cycling's world governing body UCI said it helped in the evacuation of 165 refugees from Afghanistan which included female cyclists, journalists and human rights campaigners whose lives were under threat if they stayed in the country.
Tom Dumoulin reveals how his break from cycling led him to Olympic silver
Tom Dumoulin thought his career as a professional cyclist was all but done in January 2020. Niamh Lewis meets the rider to talk about why a break from the elite sport instead led him to winning Olympic silver.
Roglic wins opening stage of Spanish Vuelta
Two-time defending champion Primoz Roglic won the opening stage of the Spanish Vuelta on Saturday.
New Zealand track cyclist dies age 24
New Zealand cyclist Olivia Podmore, who competed at the 2016 Rio Olympics and the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, has died at the age of 24, police confirmed.
Cycling official banned through '21 for using slur
Cycling's governing body says it suspended a German cycling official through the rest of the year for using a racial slur during the Olympic men's trial race.
German official sent home over racist remarks
The sporting director of the German cycling federation has been told to return home from the Tokyo Olympics after being caught on camera making racist remarks during the men's Olympic road time trial.
German cycling official 'sorry' for racist remarks
Patrick Moster, a German cycling official was heard saying "Get the camel drivers, get the camel drivers, come on," as he urged his rider Nikias Arndt on during the men's time trial at the Tokyo Olympics.
Slovenia's Roglic handily wins time trial gold
After crashing out of the Tour de France, Slovenia's Primoz Roglic obliterated the time trial course at the Tokyo Games on Wednesday.
Neff leads Swiss women's mountain biking sweep
Jolanda Neff, who ruptured her spleen in a crash two years ago, led a Swiss sweep in mountain biking Tuesday, winning gold in the women's event.
Bernal pays tribute to fan, 13, who was killed
Reigning Giro d'Italia champion Egan Bernal has paid tribute to Julian Gomez, a 13-year-old cycling fan who was killed in a road traffic accident in Colombia at the weekend.
Pogacar wins second straight Tour de France title
Tadej Pogacar won the Tour de France for a second straight year after a mostly ceremonial final stage to the Champs-Elysees on Sunday in cycling's biggest race.
Pogacar eyes Tour title defense entering finale
Tadej Pogacar is all but guaranteed to win a second straight Tour de France, carrying an insurmountable lead of 5 minutes, 20 seconds into the final stage on Sunday.
Pogacar wins final Tour mountain stage
Tour de France overall leader Tadej Pogacar has won the final mountain stage of the race, bringing him closer to securing his second straight Tour crown.
The Alt-Tour: Lachlan Morton beat the Tour de France peloton to Paris after 224 blistering hours in the saddle
EF Education-NIPPO's Lachlan Morton beat the entire Tour de France peloton, yellow jersey and all, to the finish line in Paris by more than four whole days in a feat of guts and willpower and just a little bit of crazy.
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