A review of British Cycling’s decision to suspend the first ever national eRacing champion for cheating
This article reviews the recent decision by British Cycling to disqualify and ban the National eRacing Champion of 2019, Mr Cameron Jeffers, after he admitted to using a bot to unlock a higher-tier virtual bike. Specifically, it looks at:
- What is eRacing?
- The British National eRacing Championship 2019
- Mr Jeffers’ admission and punishment
- Was this really cheating?
- Where does it leave eRacing’s Olympic hopes?
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- Tags: Anti-Corruption | British Cycling | Cycling | Disciplinary | eRacing | eRacing Rules and Regulations | eSports | Regulation | Zwift
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