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International Cycling Union (UCI) president Pat McQuaid has responded to comments made earlier today by drug cheat Lance Armstrong, saying that his “views and opinions are shaped by his own behavior”.

The French Cycling Federation (FFC) and its marketing agency In-Yellow have appointed marketing and media sports rights management firm, Sportfive, to exclusively market the rights of its new multidisciplinary professional cycling team.

International Cycling Union (UCI) presidential candidate Brian Cookson has hit back at the body’s current president Pat McQuaid’s criticism of his “half baked” manifesto.

International Cycling Union (UCI) president Pat McQuaid has slammed presidential candidate Brian Cookson’s manifesto by calling it “half baked, fundamentally flawed and financially impractical”.

British Cycling president Brian Cookson today unveiled his UCI (International Cycling Union) presidential election manifesto, highlighting a commitment to end to body’s public feuds with various anti-doping bodies.

Former professional road cyclist Sean Kelly has put his support behind fellow Irishman and International Cycling Union (UCI) president Pat McQuaid.

Mike Plant, a key member of the UCI (International Cycling Union) Management Committee, has publicly stated he can no longer support UCI president Pat McQuaid.

The UCI (International Cycling Union) management committee has announced that the 2016 UCI BMX World Championships will be held in Medellin, Colombia.

Pat McQuaid, president of the International Cycling Union (UCI), has questioned British Cycling president Brian Cookson's decision to stand against him for UCI presidency.

British Cycling president Brian Cookson has today announced his candidacy for the International Cycling Union (UCI) presidential elections to take place in September.

SportBusiness Group editorial director, Kevin Roberts, shares his thoughts from day five of the SportAccord International Convention in St. Petersburg.

After accepting recommendations made in a summary report today, International Cycling Union (UCI) president Pat McQuaid says there is still a lot the body needs to do to repair the damage caused by the Lance Armstrong doping scandal.

International Cycling Union (UCI) president Pat McQuaid has rubbished claims that he cannot be a member of two cycling federations under the governing body’s rules.