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Varnish accuses British Cycling of applying 'extreme control' over riders

MANCHESTER (Reuters) - Former European team sprint champion Jess Varnish told an employment tribunal on Tuesday that British Cycling used to exert extreme control over their athletes, as she seeks to sue the body for wrongful dismissal and sexual discrimination.

Armstrong says Uber investment saved his family - report

(Reuters) - Former cycling champion Lance Armstrong, whose fall from grace cost him millions of dollars in lawsuits and endorsements, said his investment in Uber Technologies Inc.[UBER.UL] had saved his family, according to a CNBC report on Thursday.

2012 Olympic team pursuit champion Rowe announces retirement

LONDON (Reuters) - Dani Rowe, who won Olympic team pursuit gold for Britain at the 2012 London Games under the name of King, announced her retirement from professional cycling on Wednesday.

Former British champion Sherwen dies aged 62

(Reuters) - Former British champion and broadcaster Paul Sherwen has died at the age of 62, cycling officials said on Sunday.

Aizizul in seventh heaven after ending seven year medal drought

PETALING JAYA: Track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang was in seventh heaven after snatching his first World Cup medal of the season at the Berlin leg in Germany.

Sheer joy: Azizulhasni Awang competing in the third round of the UCI Track World Cup in Berlin, Germany.

Azizul wins bronze medal at Cycling World Cup in Berlin

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian Track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang has won a bronze medal in the Uci Track Cycling World Cup.

Azizul grateful for generous allocation for sports

SEPANG: National track cyclist Azizulhasni Awang has expressed his gratitude to the government for the generous allocation for sports under the Budget 2019.

Sky face dilemma keeping Froome and Thomas happy - Kelly

LONDON (Reuters) - Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford faces big decisions as he attempts to keep four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome and this year's champion Geraint Thomas happy, according to Irish road great Sean Kelly.

UCI chief condemns Wiggins for labelling drug cheat Armstrong an 'icon'

LONDON (Reuters) - The president of world cycling's governing body the UCI has said it is "unacceptable" that former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins still regards disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong as one of his icons.

2019 Giro route revealed, Froome uncertain on title defence

MILAN (Reuters) - Giro d'Italia champion Chris Froome said he is still undecided about riding in next year's edition but added that the start of the 102nd route, announced on Wednesday, looked explosive.