Chris Latham’s stunning hat-trick ended his week at Six Day London in style as he and Steven Burke finished 11th overall.
Six Day London came just a little too late for Dame Sarah Storey to cap a remarkable year with a triumphant return to the scene of her London 2012 heroics.
Charlotte Dujardin became just the second British woman to win three Olympic Games gold medals as she successfully defended her London 2012 individual dressage title on day ten in Rio.
Mark Cavendish will be hoping he can stay within the top three and finally claim that elusive Olympic medal as the men’s omnium reaches its conclusion on day ten of Rio 2016.
Sir Chris Hoy has described Philip Hindes as one of the best sprinters in the world and believes the Manchester-based star is capable of winning Olympic gold once again.
Sir Chris Hoy believes Mark Cavendish can surpass Eddy Merckx’s record of 34 Tour de France stage wins – if the Manx Missile sets his mind to it.
Missing the first Six Day held in London for 35 years is something that frustrates Mark Cavendish but the Manx Missile is looking to make amends this year as he and Sir Bradley Wiggins go in search of glory in October.
Mark Cavendish still thinks he might strike up his partnership with Sir Bradley Wiggins back on the track.
Tour de Force! Biggest ever Tour de France presentation as 10,000 cram into Leeds’ First Direct Arena
Thousands will flock to roadsides in Rochdale and across Yorkshire this weekend as northern England hosts the Grand Départ of the world’s biggest sporting event, featuring 198 riders, 22 teams, plenty of gritted teeth and 3,656 kilometres of racing.
Cycling is alive and kicking in Britain but track disciplines need the attention of old to restore number one world billing
Manchester-based Bradley Wiggins backs Chris Froome ahead of World Championship road race title tilt
Relations strained between Wiggins and Froome this year