Cycling
 BMC cycling owner Andy Rihs dies, aged 75
The Swiss businessman and team owner Andy Rihs, a crucial figure in the cycling career of Cadel Evans, has died.
 Dutch cycling star shows her steel again
Annemiek van Vleuten finished third again at the Tour of Flanders, despite a dislocated shoulder.
 Gerrans forced out of cycling classic
Illness has forced Australian cycling star Simon Gerrans to pull out of Milan-San Remo, the season's first big one-day classic.
 Matthews to return for cycling classic
Australian cycling star Michael Matthews will return to racing in Italy after being sidelined since late last month because of a race fall.
 Two more Aust medals wrap up track worlds
All four members of Australia's small team wound up on the podium at the track cycling world championships in the Netherlands.
 Glaetzer track cycling's new sprint king
Australian cyclist Matthew Glaetzer is the new king of sprinting after winning the men's final at the world track championships.
 Illness forces Porte out of cycling race
Richie Porte has pulled out of the Tirreno-Adriatico stage race in Italy after illness interrupted his training.
 Scotson sneaks onto track cycling podium
Olympic silver medallist Callum Scotson has won his first individual world championship medal after finishing third in the scratch race in the Netherlands.
 Cycling crash forces Matthews out of race
Australian cycling star Michael Matthews has withdrawn from Strade Bianche in Italy because of a shoulder injury.
 Aust cyclist Haas claims Oman stage win
Australian cyclist Nathan Haas has claimed victory on the gruelling 167km stage two of the Tour of Oman.
 Aussie cycling sprinter Ewan wins in Spain
Tour de France-bound Caleb Ewan sprinted to victory in the Clasica de Almeria, claiming the win in his first European race of 2018.
 Green quits as Cycling Australia CEO
Cycling Australia board member Steven Drake will take over as CEO after Nick Green resigned - the second major personnel change at CA in the past 12 months.
 Morton out to make own cycling legacy
Anna Meares played a vital part in Stephanie Morton's rise, but the cycling talent won't aim to fill her void now the two-time Olympic champion is retired.
 O'Brien claims points in track finale
World champion Kelland O'Brien has collected the final medal of Brisbane's track cycling nationals, defying a brave fight from scratch champion Joshua Harrison.
 Chaves wins cycling Tour, Crome wins stage
Colombian Esteban Chaves has finished 11th in stage four to confirm his Herald Sun Tour overall win.
 Harrison eyes second solo track gold
Joshua Harrison was made to wait for his first individual track nationals gold but hopes to have a second inside two days after Sunday's points race.
 Chaves takes Herald Sun Tour cycling lead
A stunning solo victory on top of Lake Mountain in stage three has given Colombian Esteban Chaves the Herald Sun Tour lead with one day remaining.
 Morton, Glaetzer win cycling sprint golds
Stephanie Morton has defended her women's national sprint title with ease, while Matthew Glaetzer has added to his golden haul in the men's event.
 Cure edges Clonan for points track title
Amy Cure has won the 25km women's points race at the track national cycling titles in Brisbane, holding off Kristina Clonan in a last-lap dash for the title.
 Wiasak's head in right place for Games
Commonwealth Games hopeful Rebecca Wiasak is happy to be back on the track after a concussion kept her off the bike for 10 days last month.