- Chairman of the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee Damian Collins said the ‘credibility’ of both Team Sky and British Cycling was ‘in tatters’
- British Cycling has asked the English Institute for Sport’s director of medical services Dr Rod Jaques to independently review its medical practices
- British rider Simon Yates will ride for Orica-Scott at the Tour de France after missing last year’s event because of a failed drugs test
British Cycling has announced a review into its medical practices in the wake of the Team Sky jiffy bag controversy.
Both the governing body and the professional cycling team came in for severe criticism from UK Anti-Doping after their ongoing investigation exposed poor record keeping, not least by Dr Richard…