Two judges are reportedly following a money trail that could lead to "high-level" cyclists.
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) is the international governing body for the sport of cycling, based in Switzerland. It oversees world championships for road, mountain bike, track, and cyclocross disciplines, sanctions all major international competitions, and tabulates points rankings for the disciplines throughout the season, among other responsibilities.
Brian Cookson is the UCI’s current president, and he has tried to usher in a new era of transparency after presidents Pat McQuaid and Hein Verbruggen who were sometimes under fire for alleged corruption or cover-ups.
In one form or another, the organization has existed since 1900.
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Former UCI president Brian Cookson shared too many of his responsibilities as head of the governing body, insiders told VeloNews.
Bob Stapleton, who serves on the USA Cycling board and the UCI's management committee, wants the playing field leveled.
The day after he was elected UCI president, David Lappartient said he would like to see women's cycling grow.
Frenchman David Lappartient will succeed Briton Brian Cookson as UCI president after winning a landslide election on Thursday in Bergen.
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UCI jury president Philippe Mariën stands behind decision to disqualify Peter Sagan for 'endangering' Mark Cavendish in the stage 4 finish