- IOC issues recommendations for Russian athletes' return to competitionsOlympics ·
March 28, 2023 · 7:15 PM UTC
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Tuesday issued recommendations for the gradual return to international competitions for Russian and Belarusian athletes as neutrals, with President Thomas Bach saying their participation "works" despite the war in Ukraine.
- CyclingFaulkner disappointed by disqualification from Strade Bianche
American Kristen Faulkner said she had never used glucose data in competition after being disqualified by the UCI for wearing a glucose monitoring sensor during the Strade Bianche Women's race.
- CyclingTour de France 2024 to finish with Monaco-Nice time trial
The 2024 Tour de France will finish with a mountain stage from Nice to Col de la Couillole followed by a time trial between Monaco and the historic Place Massena in Nice, event organisers said on Monday.
- CyclingCzech Olympian Nash cleared of doping after dog medicine defence
Veteran Czech cyclist Katerina Nash has avoided a four-year ban after a U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) investigation determined the five-time Olympian's positive test had been a result of administering medicine to her pet dog.
- CyclingTiberi fined for killing San Marino minister's cat with air rifle
Trek–Segafredo cyclist Antonio Tiberi has been fined 4,000 euros ($4,300) for fatally shooting a minister's cat in San Marino, Italian media reported on Tuesday, and his team have suspended him for 20 days without pay.
- WorldSpanish teenaged cyclist Dominguez killed in hit-and-run
Spanish road racing cyclist Estela Dominguez has died after she was the victim of a hit-and-run accident while training, her team Sopela and the Spanish Cycling Federation (RFEC) said on Friday.
- WorldTwo men jailed for Cavendish robbery
Two men were jailed on Tuesday for the knifepoint robbery of British cyclist Mark Cavendish at his family home in November 2021.
- CyclingEx-British cycling doctor Freeman loses appeal against medical ban
Former British Cycling and Team Sky chief medical officer Richard Freeman has lost his appeal against a decision to permanently strike him off the medical register and now faces a UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) investigation.