A review of British Cycling’s decision to suspend the first ever national eRacing champion for cheating
Published 06 December 2019 By: Jack Gale
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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