The track cyclist said she is "insulted" at the content of a report that details sexist remarks and bullying within British Cycling.
A long-awaited independent report into British Cycling says the sport's domestic governing body lacked "good governance."
Julie Harrington is named the new boss at the troubled agency that's dealing with investigations into drug use, bullying, and sexism.
British Cycling chairman Jonathan Browning apologized for what he terms as organizational "failings," pledges to move swiftly to change
Olympic and world champion Nicole Cooke delivers scathing testimony against British Cycling, accusing sexism, lack of oversight in
Following internal investigation, British Cycling confirms that former technical director Shane Sutton made sexist remarks to athlete.
The TUE scandal has enveloped British Cycling, with questions around Bradley Wiggins's use of otherwise banned drugs before big races.
Ian Drake will resign next April, saying it's time for someone else to lead the organization for the next Olympiad.
Britain's dominant track cycling team remained on course to match its previous seven-title Olympic hauls on the final day of the Rio Games.
British Cycling's chief executive Ian Drake says he had no knowledge of Shane Sutton's alleged discriminatory behavior.