Britain's Mark Cavendish wins a sprint finish for victory in the Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne one-day race in Belgium.
Britain's Dame Sarah Storey fails in her attempt to break the women's hour record at the London Olympic velodrome.
- Wales Cycling team launched in Wales
- Stannard defends title in Belgium
- Listen to audio 5 live's Bespoke: Brailsford and Sutton look to future
- UCI wants Astana licence withdrawal
- Recovering King targets Rio place
- Don't panic after Worlds - Trott
- Controversial poster condemned by UCI
- GB cyclists 'can succeed in Rio'
- Trott takes omnium silver at Worlds
- Froome holds on to win Ruta del Sol
- Thomas wins Volta ao Algarve
- Cycling faces 'uncomfortable' report
- Varnish can eclipse me - Pendleton
- GB teams forced to settle for silver
- GB women qualify second fastest
- Cavendish among 2014 IOM nominees
- US & Canada Armstrong admits driving charge
- Watch video Britain didn't get it right - Kenny
- I may retire in 2016 - Contador
- Armstrong hit with $10m damages bill
- Olympics failure still haunts Irvine
- Cavendish wins Almeria Classic
- Wiggins is 'where he needs to be'
Video & Audio
- Watch video GB cycling needs time to 'rebuild'
- Watch video Will Storey break the hour record?
- Watch video Bauge wins France's fifth gold
- Watch video Edmondson beats Trott to omnium gold
- Watch video GB women lose team pursuit title
- Watch video New Zealand see off GB to win gold
- Watch video Winner Voynova celebrates and falls
- Watch video Kenny explains keirin 'nightmare'
- Watch video GB fail to qualify in team sprint
Track World Championships
GB cyclists can "do the business" at Rio 2016 despite failing to win World Championship gold, says Shane Sutton.
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