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Gallery: The varying stems of a WorldTour team

Joe Robinson 18 Jan 2019 From short to long, aero to standard, the variation in a team's stem choices are vast While us humble amateurs are more than likely to stick with what came on the bike we bought, stem choice is one of the most important decisions a professional rider will make. Clocking up to 30,000km a year, riders need a completely dialled position in order not only to stay comfortable but not sustain injuries and perform at their highest level. So ...


Cycling is cleaner than rugby union and less corrupt than cricket, research finds

Joe Robinson 18 Jan 2019 MPCC research shows 12 sports with more doping cases than cycling although warns at lack of pattern Cycling was one of the cleanest sports of 2018 with fewer incidents than rugby union, boxing and American Football, according to latest research.  The Movement for Credible Cycling (MPCC) compiled the number of doping and corruption cases across all major sports over the last 12 months to compare the findings. According to the resu...


The testosterone tribunal: the story so far

Peter Stuart 18 Jan 2019 The medical tribunal into Dr Freeman, the former Team Sky and British Cycling doctor, could have serious consequences Next month the former Team Sky and British Cycling doctor, Dr Richard Freeman, will face charges of ordering testosterone to enhance the performance of an athlete, and various acts of dishonesty associated with that charge. It is a serious hearing for the career of Dr Freeman, but it has far wider implications to...


The Cyclists' Alliance: Improving pay and conditions in the women's peloton

Jamie Finch-Penninger 18 Jan 2019 Last year was busy and successful for women's advocacy group The Cyclists' Alliance, but 2019 looks to be a year of further progress The Cyclists Alliance (left to right): Iris Slappendel, Carmen Small and Gracie Elvin at the 2018 Boels Ladies Tour. Photo: Hubert Giddelo It has been a busy first year for The Cyclists’ Alliance, with the women’s cycling advocacy organisation counting a new minimum salary for Wor...


Chris Froome returns to Strava with yet another mega ride

Joe Robinson 17 Jan 2019 Training in South Africa, Froome is preparing towards for his attempt at a record-equalling fifth Tour de France Gearing up for a tilt at a record-equalling fifth Tour de France title, Chris Froome has returned to Strava as he yet again posts a huge training ride. The Team Sky rider posted a 225km ride earlier in the week called African Experience for Salva as he prepares for the upcoming season with a training camp in South Afr...


Jess Varnish loses employment tribunal against British Cycling and UK Sport

Joe Robinson 17 Jan 2019 Former track cyclist will be unable to sue for unfair dismissal and sexual discrimination Former Great Britain track cyclist Jess Varnish has been unsuccessful in attempting to prove she was an employee of British Cycling and UK Sport at an employment tribunal.  This means Varnish is unlikely to be able to sue the two organisations for unfair dismissal and sexual discrimination, in a case that could have potentially overhauled th...


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