Mark Cavendish remains determined to pursue a place on Great Britain’s track team at next year’s Olympics but has been warned he faces an “extremely challenging” path to selection.
North-east cyclist Neah Evans gets her chance to stake a claim to ride the Olympic Madison next year when she races at the UCI Track World Cup in Glasgow this weekend.
Chris Froome has been back in hospital for what the four-time Tour de France winner hopes will be the final surgery relating to the serious crash he suffered in June.
Opera star Placido Domingo has decided not to perform at a pre-Olympics cultural event in Japan, according to the Tokyo games organising committee.
Lizzie Deignan will set her sights higher in 2020 as she says the time to think of herself as a mum on a bike is over.
British Cycling’s head of technology Tony Purnell believes he has designed the world’s fastest track bike for Tokyo 2020 but admitted delivering the radical new machine to an accelerated deadline as been “fraught with risk”.
Inverurie’s Prentice has sights set on Tokyo Olympics in 2020 after Rio modern pentathlon disappointment
Freyja Prentice had to go to the other side of the world to rediscover her love for modern pentathlon – and now she’s gunning for an Olympic place.
Aberdeen’s Clark: World Relays final was ‘perfect’ moment for Great Britain to experiment with line-up
Zoey Clark says Great Britain’s women’s 4x400m relay team thought their final in Yokohama was a “perfect opportunity” to experiment.
Olympic gold medallist Archibald hopes closeness to Cuminestown’s Evans helps them win Tour Series in Aberdeen
Olympic gold medallist Katie Archibald hopes her closeness with housemate and local hero Neah Evans can help them land Tour Series glory in Aberdeen.
Despite a Commonwealth Games marathon bronze in Australia last year, Robbie Simpson isn’t interested in going to the IAAF World Athletics Championships in the autumn.
Aberdeen's golden boy Neil Fachie thinks it’s “pivotal” he comes top in every event he enters ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics.
When Scottish and British climbing champion Max Milne would disappear as a little boy his mum Catherine would instinctively look up.
Boxing: Docherty keeping eyes on prize as he knocks back chance to go pro for dreams of Tokyo Olympic medal glory
Commonwealth Games bronze medal hero John Docherty has turned down offers to turn pro as he is focused on securing Olympic medal glory.