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Mark Cavendish withdraws from the Isle of Man team set to compete at April's Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Jody Cundy and Katie Toft both claim gold for Great Britain on the opening day at the Para-cycling Track World Championships in Brazil.
Lizzie Deignan says there can be "no excuses" for anything other than equal prize money and coverage for women's cycling.
X-ray cameras to be used on Grand Tour stages and classic races this season to prevent riders hiding motors in their bikes.
Commonwealth Games Team Scotland cyclists Katie and John Archibald's sibling rivalry goes back to childhood pranks.
TUEs "have a place in sport" but "need to be policed carefully", says the man who investigated a Russian state-sponsored doping programme.
Team Sky rider Geraint Thomas' view that therapeutic use exemptions should be scrapped in cycling is described as "extremely short-sighted".
Mark Cavendish suffers a heavy crash after hitting a bollard in the final 10km of the Milan-San Remo on Saturday.
Deignan has said she was "aiming to return to professional cycling in 2019".
Last year the 22 year-old won the inaugural women's under-23 British National Time Trial Championships on the Isle of Man.
Team Sky's Michal Kwiatkowski seals the 2018 Tirreno-Adriatico title after the final stage time trial as Britain's Geraint Thomas finishes third.
Germany's Marcel Kittel takes his second win of the 2018 Tirreno-Adriatico in a sprint finish on stage six in Fano.
Tour de France organisers announce the 2020 edition will start in Nice, the first time the city will have hosted the Grand Depart since 1981.
Jersey multi-medal winner Kim Ashton will retire from cycling following the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast.
Britain's Adam Yates wins stage five of the Tirreno-Adriatico as Team Sky's Michal Kwiatkowski moves into the overall lead.
Briton Simon Yates misses out on winning Paris-Nice by four seconds as Spaniard Marc Soler claims victory.
An MPs' report was wrong to "pinpoint" Sir Bradley Wiggins for "crossing an ethical line", says fellow five-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Steve Redgrave.
Geraint Thomas loses the lead of the Tirreno-Adriatico after suffering a mechanical problem in the closing couple of kilometres on stage four.
Britain's Simon Yates takes the overall lead of Paris-Nice with one stage remaining after winning Saturday's summit finish.
Team Sky's Geraint Thomas finishes fourth on stage three to move into the overall lead of the Tirreno-Adriatico.