Cycling

The BBC will have full coverage of the international Six Day Series, which starts in London at the Olympic VeloPark from Tuesday to Sunday, 22-27 October. Britain’s Mark Cavendish and Laura Kenny are two of the big names taking part, which sees pairs of riders competing together across a wide variety of disciplines. The men’s
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Transgender athlete Rachel McKinnon defended her sprint title at the Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Manchester. The 37-year-old, competing in the female 35-39 sprint category, had set a new world best time in qualifying. The Canadian beat American Dawn Orwick for the gold, with Denmark’s Kirsten Herup Sovang claiming the bronze. McKinnon’s victory adds
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Four-time Olympic champion Laura Kenny won omnium silver at the European Track Championships as British team-mates Katie Archibald and Ollie Wood clinched bronze medals. Archibald, 25, finished third in the women’s individual pursuit while Wood, 23, won his medal in the men’s omnium. Kenny finished first in the scratch race before placing 10th and third
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Laura Kenny won her 13th European Track Championship title as Great Britain took women’s team pursuit gold in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. Four-time Olympic champion Kenny and team-mates Katie Archibald, Ellie Dickinson and Neah Evans beat Germany to gold by almost three seconds. Ed Clancy, Ethan Hayter, Charlie Tanfield and Ollie Wood won bronze in the
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Bahrain-Merida rider Kristijan Koren and sports director Borut Bozic have been given two-year bans for doping by the International Cycling Union. The Slovenian pair were provisionally suspended in May as part of the Operation Aderlass doping inquiry. Koren’s violations relate to 2011 and 2012 when he was with the former Liquigas team, while Bozic’s relate
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Cycling – Six Day Series Venue: Lee Valley Velo Park, London Dates: 22-27 October Coverage: Live on the BBC Sport website and BBC iPlayer A support group for mothers competing at Tokyo 2020 has been set up by the British Athletes’ Commission. The Mothers in Elite Sport Network will offer support to British athletes, including
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