Americans impressing in BMX events
Fields gets first U.S. gold in BMX; Post gets silver
Connor Fields beat the Netherlands' Jelle van Gorkom by .684 seconds to win the United States' first gold medal in BMX cycling.
Cavendish earns medal but can't outride controversy
British cyclist Mark Cavendish finally added an Olympic medal to his impressive list of achievements, a silver in the grueling two-day omnium, but he rode into the middle of a controversy.
Great Britain reaffirms cycling supremacy in team pursuit
After the U.S. women upset Great Britain at the world championships in team pursuit in March, the defending London champs retook their throne in world-record time in Rio.
Viviani wins gold for Italy, Cavendish adds to British haul
Italian rider Elia Viviani held off British cycling star Mark Cavendish and reigning champion Norman Lasse Hansen of Denmark to win the gold medal in the multi-discipline omnium on Monday.
Caple: Cancellara's retirement party will include a gold medal
The decorated cyclist from Switzerland, who is unsure whether he will ride again, finished ahead of Tom Dumoulin of Netherlands, while Tour de France champ Chris Froome took bronze.
Thrills, tragedy highlight women's Olympic road race
If anyone still needs convincing women's cycling can be as exciting as the men, all they need to do is watch what happened on Sunday in Rio.
Kristin Armstrong pedals to third straight gold
Kristin Armstrong collapsed at the finish line in a mixture of joy and exhaustion as she won the gold medal in the time trial for the third straight Olympics.
Women cyclists forced to wait for men -- and for equal opportunity
Why the race in Belgium is just part of cycling's sexist culture.
USA Cycling hires New Balance boss as CEO
Rob DeMartini, the longtime New Balance boss, has been hired as the new president and CEO of USA Cycling. He takes over for Derek Bouchard-Hall.
Former pro cyclist, analyst Sherwen dies at 62
Longtime professional cycling broadcaster and former pro Paul Sherwen has died at the age of 62, cycling officials said Sunday.
USA Cycling CEO to resign at end of year
USA Cycling CEO Derek Bouchard-Hall will resign at the end of the year, while chairman of the board Bob Stapleton will help run things until a replacement is found.
Cyclist's bid to switch nations nixes Asian Games
Olympic medalist Olga Zabelinskaya's bid to switch nationality from Russia to Uzbekistan has led to her being ruled ineligible to compete at the Asian Games.
British BMX pair win silver and gold at Euros
Great Britain's Kyle Evans and team-mate Kye Whyte claimed an unlikely gold and silver in the BMX to make it a British one-two at the European Championships.
Bernal erases 23-second gap, leads Tour of Calif.
Egan Bernal claimed Stage 6 of the Tour of California on Friday and made up a 23-second gap to Tejay van Gardern to take the overall lead heading into Saturday's final round.
Gaviria wins opening stage at Tour of California
Fernando Gaviria won the opening stage of the Tour of California Sunday and earned the time bonus to give him the overall lead.
Mountain biker Jill Kintner's double Bosu lunge workout
Olympic BMX bronze medalist Jill Kintner is clearly a bit of a daredevil. What keeps her legs strong and safe on the bike? This drill.
Meares bullish for Aussie track cycling for Tokyo
After a strong showing during the Commonwealth Games, Australian track cycling great Anna Meares has said the signs are good for Tokyo 2020.
Australia's WR earns men's team pursuit gold
Australia won the men's 4,000-meter team pursuit in a world-record 3 minutes, 49.804 seconds to secure Commonwealth Games gold.
Strauss, Botha the shining lights for Africa at Epic World Cup
Mariske Strauss and Wessel Botha were the shining lights of the African mountain bikers in the opening round of the UCI MTB World Cup in Stellenbosch.
A Gaze into mountain biking's future in Stellenbosch
Sam Gaze realised a dream when he won the opening leg of the UCI MTB World Cup in Stellenbosch on Saturday afternoon, by beating the World Champion Nino Schurter in a sprint finish.
Langvad wins Elite Ladies' cat and mouse battle
Annika Langvad arrived in South Africa with all the expectation on her shoulders and she delivered by winning the opening leg of the UCI MTB World Cup in Stellenbosch on Saturday.
Dygert breaks pursuit record at cycling worlds
Chloe Dygert, who anchored the Americans to another team pursuit gold medal on Thursday, lowered the individual pursuit record time by two seconds in qualifying, then broke it again in the final Saturday at the track cycling worlds.
Dutch start track cycling worlds with 2 golds
The Netherlands won two gold medals and a silver in front of their home fans on the opening day of the track cycling world championships.
GBR 27 CHN 26
GBR 23 CHN 18
CHN 26 JPN 21
Ledecky 4 Biles 4
Manuel 2 McKeon 2
Oleksiak 2 Chalmers 2
SANZAAR acknowledges concussion error in Crusaders' win over Reds
The Crusaders should not have had to play the final few minutes of their 22-12 victory over the Reds with just 14 men on the field, SANZAAR has confirmed.
Six Nations: Maro Itoje out of Wales clash as England name unchanged 25-man squad
England lock Maro Itoje has been left out of the squad for Saturday's crunch Six Nations match away to Wales after failing to recover in time from a knee injury.
Assam's Ashmita Chaliha turns India's latest badminton sensation
Just 19 years of age, Ashmita Chaliha has already made waves in the badminton circuit, with two international titles in 2018. If that's anything to go by, India could well have another star in their hands
'Simple errors' from PV Sindhu helped me win Nationals crown: Saina Nehwal
Saina Nehwal said it was great to win the Nationals crown for the fourth time, and against a tough opponent like PV Sindhu.
Saina Nehwal beats PV Sindhu 21-18, 21-15 to retain badminton nationals title
Saina Nehwal beat PV Sindhu 21-18, 21-15 in the women's final of the 83rd senior national badminton championships in Guwahati to claim her fourth Nationals title.
South African government calls on world to fight for Caster Semenya
The South African government has called on the world to fight what it calls a "gross violation of human rights law" against the country's female Olympic champion Caster Semenya.