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Cyclist Elinor Barker strikes gold as Wales celebrates four Track World Cup medals in Mexico
Barker was part of the Great Britain's women's team pursuit squad once again smashed the world record and took gold, shaving three seconds off their Manchester record, while Owain Doull, Sam Harrison and Becky James also finished on the podium World champion Elinor Barker struck gold as Welsh cyclists celebrated four medals on the opening day of ... (more)
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Cycling World Cup: Katie Archibald's rapid rise set to keep British cycling in the pink
A little under a month ago Katie Archibald was doubting she would make Mexico. The A 60 petrol money needed to get her from her home on the edge of Glasgow to Manchester to compete in her first World Cup had stretched her budget.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Olympic hero Chris Hoy tips Katie Archibald to go all the way to the top
It's little over a year ago that Sir Chris Hoy presented Katie Archibald with 'his' trophy.
Double world cycling champion Becky James aims to retain titles in 2014
Sian Davies' family weren't told she was kept in hospital for seven months after she mysteriously fell out of a bathroom window at the house where the group were living in South London Our man Delme Parfitt was at the Millennium Stadium as Wales once more come close to beating Australia but ultimately failed Sherlock season 3 start date announced ... (more)
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Cycling revolution for sale at the paltry price of a few hundred thousand pounds
Any sport looking for a blueprint for transforming itself from a minority discipline into a mainstream, high-profile entity need look no further than cycling.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Suffolk end for Women's Tour
The historic Suffolk market town of Bury St Edmunds is to host the finish of the inaugural Women's Tour next May. The final stage will head from Harwich to Bury St Edmunds to complete the five-day event which will also run through Leicestershire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire from May 7-11.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Laura Trott: An Olympic Cyclist Champion Wonder
This is because she is an Olympic cyclist champion wonder. What makes the reigning champion in both events, and these two events namely, are no other than track and road cycling prospectively.
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CYCLING: Former British champ Sharon Laws signs for top US team UnitedHealthcare
IT'S A new continent, a new set of races and a new start for former British road race cycling champion Sharon Laws.
Primary school kids inspired by Olympics to take up cycling
YOUNGSTERS inspired by the London 2012 games are following in the tracks of Bolton gold medallist Jason Kenny and reaching for their own Olympic dreams.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Trott to ride on familiar ground
Double Olympic champion Laura Trott will be on familiar territory during the first women's Tour of Britain next May. The third stage, on Friday, May 9, will take place in Essex, based around Clacton-on-Sea, before stage four in Hertfordshire.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
Sportswomen lists revealed
World 400m champion Christine Ohuruogu, England's Ashes-winning cricket team, leading wheelchair racer Hannah Cockroft and Solheim Cup star Charley Hull are among those shortlisted for the prestigious 2013 Sunday Times and Sky Sports Sportswoman of the Year Award.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
Laura Trott is right not to compromise her principles by posing for...
Laura Trott is right not to compromise her principles by posing for lads' mags - but Victoria Pendleton has every right to take another course Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
Howden aims for more success
Prospective new British Cycling president Bob Howden will "fight tooth and nail" to keep the sport at its current heights Howden is standing unopposed this weekend to succeed long-time president Brian Cookson, who has left the post after being elected as head of the international cycling union UCI.