Americans impressing in BMX events
Fields gets first U.S. gold in BMX; Post gets silver
Connor Fields beat the Netherlands' Jelle van Gorkom by .684 seconds to win the United States' first gold medal in BMX cycling.
Cavendish earns medal but can't outride controversy
British cyclist Mark Cavendish finally added an Olympic medal to his impressive list of achievements, a silver in the grueling two-day omnium, but he rode into the middle of a controversy.
Great Britain reaffirms cycling supremacy in team pursuit
After the U.S. women upset Great Britain at the world championships in team pursuit in March, the defending London champs retook their throne in world-record time in Rio.
Viviani wins gold for Italy, Cavendish adds to British haul
Italian rider Elia Viviani held off British cycling star Mark Cavendish and reigning champion Norman Lasse Hansen of Denmark to win the gold medal in the multi-discipline omnium on Monday.
Caple: Cancellara's retirement party will include a gold medal
The decorated cyclist from Switzerland, who is unsure whether he will ride again, finished ahead of Tom Dumoulin of Netherlands, while Tour de France champ Chris Froome took bronze.
Thrills, tragedy highlight women's Olympic road race
If anyone still needs convincing women's cycling can be as exciting as the men, all they need to do is watch what happened on Sunday in Rio.
Kristin Armstrong pedals to third straight gold
Kristin Armstrong collapsed at the finish line in a mixture of joy and exhaustion as she won the gold medal in the time trial for the third straight Olympics.
Nyquist to coach U.S. in BMX Freestyle at Tokyo
Ryan Nyquist, a 16-time medalist at the X Games and a pioneer in BMX Freestyle, will coach the U.S. team in the discipline's debut at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.
After a rare lung-heart transplant, Camille Frede has become a competitive cyclist
When Camille Frede was a child, she was told she had only three years to live. But a lung-heart transplant saved her life -- and even enabled her to race at this week's World Transplant Games.
BMX cyclist Alise Willoughby knows facing down fear is essential to her success
A BMX crash almost took her out of the 2012 Olympics -- and another one almost killed her husband. Alise Willoughby's ability to handle fear is, perhaps, the biggest reason for her unprecedented achievements in the sport.
McCabe, White race to national criterium titles
Travis McCabe won a tight sprint to take the men's criterium and Emma White built a big enough gap in the women's race to win comfortably at the U.S. road national championships Friday night.
Pogacar, van der Breggen win Tour of California
Tadej Pogacar and Anna van der Breggen both stayed out of trouble on the final stage to the Rose Bowl to win the overall Tour of California.
Cavagna wins Tour of California Stage 3 handily
Frenchman Remi Cavagna decimated the peloton with an audacious solo breakaway to win Stage 3 of the Tour of California on Tuesday. American rider Tejay van Garderen leads the event by six seconds.
Dutch cyclocross rider tests positive for steroid
Dutch cyclocross rider Denise Betsema has been suspended by the UCI after testing positive for an anabolic steroid prior to the women's world championships.
BMX racer Alise Willoughby's steak and 'signature' Brussels sprouts dinner
When Alise Willoughby wants a hearty feast, she makes this meal -- one she has perfected over time.
Women cyclists forced to wait for men -- and for equal opportunity
Why the race in Belgium is just part of cycling's sexist culture.
USA Cycling hires New Balance boss as CEO
Rob DeMartini, the longtime New Balance boss, has been hired as the new president and CEO of USA Cycling. He takes over for Derek Bouchard-Hall.
Former pro cyclist, analyst Sherwen dies at 62
Longtime professional cycling broadcaster and former pro Paul Sherwen has died at the age of 62, cycling officials said Sunday.
USA Cycling CEO to resign at end of year
USA Cycling CEO Derek Bouchard-Hall will resign at the end of the year, while chairman of the board Bob Stapleton will help run things until a replacement is found.
Cyclist's bid to switch nations nixes Asian Games
Olympic medalist Olga Zabelinskaya's bid to switch nationality from Russia to Uzbekistan has led to her being ruled ineligible to compete at the Asian Games.
British BMX pair win silver and gold at Euros
Great Britain's Kyle Evans and team-mate Kye Whyte claimed an unlikely gold and silver in the BMX to make it a British one-two at the European Championships.
Bernal erases 23-second gap, leads Tour of Calif.
Egan Bernal claimed Stage 6 of the Tour of California on Friday and made up a 23-second gap to Tejay van Gardern to take the overall lead heading into Saturday's final round.
Gaviria wins opening stage at Tour of California
Fernando Gaviria won the opening stage of the Tour of California Sunday and earned the time bonus to give him the overall lead.
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GBR 23 CHN 18
CHN 26 JPN 21
Ledecky 4 Biles 4
Manuel 2 McKeon 2
Oleksiak 2 Chalmers 2
All Blacks stars to snub rugby sevens in Tokyo
New Zealand's team bidding for a rugby sevens gold medal at next year's Tokyo Olympics will not include any All Blacks after several approached declined to be involved.
Archery World Championships: Indian men's recurve team claim silver medal
India won silver in the men's recurve team event at the Archery World Championships after losing to China in the final in Netherlands on Sunday.
Archery World Championships: Jyothi Surekha Vennam, women's compound team win bronzes
Jyothi Surekha Vennam and the women's compound team won a bronze medal each for India at the Archery World Championships in the Netherlands on Saturday.
Australia pipped by New Zealand for Canada Sevens title
Australia have lost 21-17 to New Zealand in the final of the women's rugby sevens world series event in Canada but they took a giant stride towards Olympic qualification.
Kenyan athletes Kipchoge, Kosgei win London Marathon titles
Kenyans Eliud Kipchoge and Brigid Kosgei produced dominant performances to win men's and women's elite races at the London Marathon.
India to miss Archery World Cup due to flight delay
The 23-member contingent was to travel to Bogota via Amsterdam on the early hours of Saturday, but upon arriving at the airport, they were informed of a delay of almost three hours.