The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) is proud to join the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) and a global coalition of pro-cycling organisations with the publication of an open letter to governments attending the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland (Great Britain).
Following the publication of the report, a UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) spokesperson said: “We welcome the findings of the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) report today into alleged events in 2011. The report makes no recommendations for UKAD to follow, and notes that all samples related to their investigation were negative. The report also notes that the employees involved in the 2011 events are no longer employed by UKAD, and praises UKAD’s “diligent cooperation and transparency” with WADA’s investigation team.
The women's Tour de France will be revived next year as the 2022 race route was unveiled in the Palais des Congrès in Paris on Thursday (14 October) by the newly appointed race director Marion Rousse.
The women's Tour had not been held since 1989 and will this year start from Paris and end eight days later at the top of the Super Planche des Belles Filles climb at the end of an eight-stage ride through eastern France.
Tomorrow, on the day when the Tour de France 2022 will be officially presented and the rebirth of the Tour de Femmes will be celebrated, a criminal trial will be held in Brest against the spectator who caused a group crash on the first stage of the 2021 edition Brest-Landerneau on 26th June.
In the midst of several modifications recently made by the International Cycling Union (UCI) to the development of road cycling, alarms have been set on account of the use of a substance that serves to provide energy to cyclists and on other occasions has generated controversy .
The Oceania Cycling Confederation (OCC) is pleased to welcome the Solomon Islands as a new member nation, following the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Congress in Leuven, Belgium, Friday 24 September 2021.
Meeting for an extraordinary session after the Congress of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) organised during the 2021 UCI Road World Championships in Flanders (Belgium), the newly elected Management Committee today carried out the election of the Federation’s Vice-Presidents for the next four years. In line with a modification to the UCI Constitution approved earlier in the day by its Congress, the UCI now counts at least one Vice-President of each gender, for a total of four Vice-Presidents (compared with three previously). The Vice-Presidents elected are:
USADA announced today that Katherine Compton, of Colorado Springs, Colo., an athlete in the sport of cycling, has accepted a four-year suspension for an anti-doping rule violation.
Compton, 42, tested positive for an anabolic agent as the result of an out-of-competition drug test on September 16, 2020. Her urine sample was analyzed using a specialized test, known as Carbon Isotope Ratio testing, that differentiates between anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) naturally produced by the body and prohibited anabolic agents of external origin. Anabolic agents have powerful performance-enhancing capabilities and can give an athlete an unfair advantage over fellow competitors.
The UCI armed with a comprehensive plan for sustainable development and commits to better representation of women on its Management Committee
The Management Committee of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) is meeting on 2 and 3 June at the Olympic House, headquarters of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Lausanne (Switzerland), with some members physically present and others joining by videoconference.
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) and Zwift are pleased to announce their participation in the Olympic Virtual Series (OVS), a new virtual event launched by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Sport Integrity Australia acknowledges the decision of Cycling Australia and Mountain Bike Australia to impose an additional four-year ban on athlete Ondrej Slezak for breaching his period of Ineligibility.
The Cycling Anti-Doping Foundation (CADF) has announced that out-of-competition testing has returned to normal levels following a reduction being caused by the coronavirus pandemic.