16 hrs ago
Double aim for Armitstead
Lizzie Armitstead is hoping to go for gold for England on the track and road at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next summer.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
South Wales Argus
Versatile Venue: Newport City Council cabinet member for leisure and culture Cllr Debbie Wilcox
THROUGHOUT its lifetime, the 250 metre track has been used by many cycling greats from Sir Chris Hoy to Mark Colbourne, but the arena is also the base for the head office of Welsh Cycling and Newport Velo Youth Cycling Club.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Gibson is a whizz on two wheels
LYMM'S Matt Gibson will continue on his path to cycling stardom after retaining his place on an Olympic development programme for a second successive year.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
It is the mental endurance of older sportspeople which is truly remarkable
T hese days, as soon as an athlete passes the age of 30, they are put into the bracket of 'getting on a bit'.
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.
Glasgow 2014: Gold set Hoy on world domination path
TODAY it lies buried deep in the vaults of his career accolades but, at the time, winning Commonwealth gold for Scotland was a very big deal for Chris Hoy.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Jess Varnish: Aiming to shine again at Cycling World Cup
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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.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Kate meets budding sports stars
The Duchess of Cambridge celebrated some of Britain's most promising Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls tonight as she attended a glittering gala ball.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
While football, the national game, fails to compete at world level, other sports have thrived over the last decade and, supplemented by the runaway success of the Olympics last year, the country looks to have a success-laden future.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Award shortlist to be announced
A shortlist of 10 contenders will be named on Tuesday for next month's 60th BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Glasgow 2014: Chris Hoy 'not surprised' by demand
SIR Chris Hoy says he was "not surprised" by the demand for tickets for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow - because of the huge excitement generated by the London Olympics.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Liz McColgan 'amazed' by emotional Commonwealth Game snub
Organisers of next year's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow have delivered an astonishing snub to Liz McColgan by not giving her a role in the showpiece event even though she is the greatest Scottish runner of the modern era.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
This is Guernsey
British Cycling confirms team squad
Beijing Olympic medallist Ross Edgar could compete in endurance events at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games after being confirmed in the group in British Cycling's announcement of the latest funded athletes.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Tourism 'to create 60,000 jobs and earn A 23bn for economy'
TOURISM in Scotland could create almost 60,000 jobs and generate more than 23 billion for the Scottish economy by 2025, a report says.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Graeme Obree on cycling, Nevada and handling praise
Graeme Obree is trying to tell you how he feels now that his exploits in the Nevada desert are over, now that his obsessional bid to become the fastest self-propelled man on earth with the help of a bike he called Beastie made from tat in his kitchen is months in the past.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
No guarantees for Wiggins Olympic bid
SIR Bradley Wiggins' reputation will count for nothing when it comes to selection for Britain's Olympic cycling team for Rio 2016, according to British Cycling's chief executive.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
The Daily Record
No Olympic guarantees for Bradley Wiggin as British Cycling outline vision for the future
DOUGIE THOMSON required 200 stitches in a gaping wound in his thigh - after the croc burst out of bushes and sank its teeth into his leg.
Splendid lands Evans Cycles press office duties
The agency won the account through a pitch involving five other agencies. It is tasked with establishing Evans Cycles as the trusted voice of British cycling, delivering media coverage beyond product pages and specialist titles.