Cycling
 GreenEdge brainchild Bannan departs
One of Australia's only World Tour cycling team's founding fathers has exited the outfit ahead of the season's resumption next month.
 Track cyclist Cure retires ahead of Games
Amy Cure has passed up a shot at a third Olympics after announcing her track cycling retirement on Friday.
 GreenEdge back out of Spanish cycling deal
A curious World Tour sponsorship arrangement has been pulled by GreenEdge owner Gerry Ryan ahead of the tour's return in August.
 Docker's concern for delayed cycle season
Australian road cyclist Mitch Docker isn't fooling himself before what he predicts will be a mentally and physically exhausting season from August.
 Porte itching for French road return
In-form Australian climber Richie Porte had his season pulled from under him at a critical time in the Tour de France hopeful's career.
 Durbridge bracing for 'fast, crazy' season
Australian star Luke Durbridge is excited for a frenetic series of Classics as the 2020 road cycling calendar was condensed into a three-month period.
 Virus forces NZ cycling great to retire
Three-time world champion Kiwi track cyclist Eddie Dawkins has retired, unable to commit to 12 more months on the bike after the Olympics were postponed.
 Cyclist Rohan Dennis flouts Spain lockdown
Australian cyclist Rohan Dennis has been questioned after posting a photo of himself breaking Spain's coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
 Hansen prints masks for Czech medics
Australian cyclist Adam Hansen's fondness for 3D printing has come in handy in the Czech Republic, where wearing masks outside is mandatory.
 BMX star Sakakibara begins rehab
Australian BMX talent Kai Sakakibara has been moved out of hospital and into a rehabilitation facility as he recovers from a serious crash in February.
 Rested Hansen can extend cycling career
Australian cyclist Adam Hansen has not been deterred by the season's enforced pause as he eyes at least two more Tour de France campaigns.
 World's best cyclists train with amateurs
Zwifters are clocking up more than three times the distance on the virtual riding program than this time last year as cyclists embrace the indoors.
 Brakes applied to Matthews' 2020 tilt
Sunweb cyclist and Tour de France green jersey winner Michael Matthews was "all guns blazing" before the coronavirus brought his season to a sudden halt.
 Cooped up cyclists eye return to roads
Citing mental health concerns, the head of Australian cycling team Mitchelton-Scott hopes his locked-down riders can return to Europe's roads this month.
 Locked-down Durbridge resets cycle focus
Cyclist Luke Durbridge has been locked down in Spain for the last nine days, the coronavirus abruptly stalling a season in which he's racing for a new contract.
 Cycling finds solution in virtual world
Cycling Australia are doing their best to provide value in the virtual world for their 27,000 registered club members no longer able to race in real life.
 Cycling states split on unified Aus body
Road and track state bodies in favour of joining AusCycling could still be invited by BMX and mountainbiking after the votes were split on Friday.
 Aussie cycling staffer has coronavirus
The Australian Cycling Team has been instructed to remain at home after a member of its staff tested positive for COVID-19.
 Hopes grow for unconscious BMX rider
Kai Sakakibara is yet to regain consciousness after last month's BMX crash, but doctors now say he will survive.
 Caleb Ewan targets stage win at Paris-Nice
Cycling sprint star Caleb Ewan is targeting a first Paris-Nice stage win when the race gets under way later this week.