British Cycling performance director Dave Brailsford paid tribute to Victoria Pendleton ahead of her Olympics swansong in the velodrome tonight.
Great Britain's Jason Kenny advanced to tomorrow's quarter-finals of the men's sprint in straightforward fashion on day three of competition at the London 2012 Olympic Velodrome.
Three spectators were ejected from the velodrome in the Olympic Park and one arrested yesterday after the parents of an Australian cyclist were verbally abused in the showpiece venue.
Victoria Pendleton’s Olympic swansong could not have got off to a more bitter start after she and GB team sprint team-mate Jess Varnish were relegated when on the point of taking on China for gold.
When British cyclists want to use brains as well as brawn in the pursuit of glory, they turn to him. The psychiatrist talks to Alasdair Fotheringham
Impressive medal haul in Stratford dispels any doubts that cycling team can spearhead British Olympic hopes
British Cycling head coach Shane Sutton would not be afraid to deny Sir Chris Hoy the chance to defend all three of his Olympic titles at London 2012.
Referees have been given no new advice on how to interpret tackles, according to Mike Riley, general manager of the Professional Game Match Officials.
The Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup, the biggest prize of the year in schoolboy rowing circles, was won by Abingdon School at the Henley Royal Regatta, beating a US team by almost two lengths in the final.
Thousands of people are set to find out whether they have got London 2012 tickets after the original recipients had their cards declined.
Victoria Pendleton's domination of women's match sprinting at World Championships level ended when she took bronze yesterday, her worst result since Canada's Lori-Ann Muenzer pushed her into fourth in Melbourne way back in 2004.
Jason Kenny's duel for supremacy with Sir Chris Hoy in the individual sprint gained yet more intensity at the World Championships last night when Kenny defeated the reigning Olympic champion in the semi-finals en route to a silver medal.
Sir Chris Hoy has hit out at cycling's world governing body for making "terrible" changes to the Olympic track programme and qualification criteria which are set to hamper Great Britain's attempt to emulate their Beijing bounty on home soil at London 2012.
Briton wins world title in unfamiliar event as Pendleton is forced to settle for silver
World champion says it will be 'tough' to win in 2012 as rivals target him
Sir Chris Hoy's Midas touch deserted him last night as a pedal problem derailed his bid for a 10th World Championships gold in Copenhagen.