By Tom Degun
June 9 - Britain’s Olympic cycling champion Jamie Staff (pictured) is set to try to deny his former team-mates, including Sir Chris Hoy, the opportunity of glory at London 2012 after accepting a new job to coach the United States track sprint team.
By Tom Degun
June 1 - The 2010 Tour of Ireland, which last year featured seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong (pictured), has been cancelled due to "current economic conditions", it was announced today.
May 22 - Scott Sunderland (pictured) has left his role as Team Sky senior sports director by a mutual agreement, it was announced today.
May 9 - UK Sport and British Cycling have launched an independent review into the relationship between Britain's new professional squad Team Sky and the country's Olympic squad to ensure that preparations for London 2012 are not compromised.
May 9 - British cyclist Hannah Mayho (pictured) has undergone a successful surgical procedure to pin her broken leg after being hit by a car during a training ride in Belgium on Friday morning.
May 8 - Britain's Bradley Wiggins (pictured) today gave Team Sky the perfect start to the Giro d'Italia by winning the opening time trial in Amsterdam.
May 8 - Five British women cyclists have been hurt in a collision with a car while training in Belgium, the British Cycling Federation (BCF) has announced with 19-year-old Hannah Mayo the most seriously injured.
May 6 - Britain's hopes of a dominant track cycling display on home soil have been hit after the world governing body announced a radical overhaul of the qualification system for the London 2012 Olympics that could prevent Sir Chris Hoy (pictured) and his team-mates repeating the success they enjoyed at Beijing in 2008.
March 28 - Jamie Staff (pictured), a member of the British sprint team that won the Olympic gold medal at Beijing in 2008, today announced his retirement from cycling.
March 28 - Olympic champion Ed Clancy (pictured) said he would consider giving up his place in Britain's pursuit team for London 2012 after winning the omnium gold at the World Track Cycling Championships in Copenhagen today.
March 27 - Victoria Pendleton made amends for British teammate Sir Chris Hoy's early elimination today with her eighth track cycling world championship title.
March 26 - Australia overcame the loss of a man late in the race to win their first men's team pursuit gold since 2006 by just two tenths ahead of Britain at the World Track Cycling Championships in the Ballerup Suer Arena.
March 25 - Britain's Sir Chris Hoy (pictured) collected his 10th world track championship title when he won the keirin race at the Ballerup Suer Arena tonight.
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March 21 - David Millar (pictured), the cyclist banned from representing Britain in the Olympics after he was suspended for doping, may have taken the first step to being able to compete at London 2012 after all.