Emma Pooley says that the reaction on Twitter to Pete Kennaugh’s tweets saying that no one cared about the women’s Giro d’Italia is evidence that people actually do want to watch…
Comment: Stef Wyman discusses the recent events surrounding British Cycling, Shane Sutton, and sexism within cycling
Peter Kennaugh has apologised for his tweets on Thursday that criticised Emma Pooley's claims of sexism at British Cycling
The former world time trial champion could start her come back to road racing after retirement at the Aviva Women's Tour in June
Former world time trial champion Emma Pooley is set to return to Team GB in time for the Olympic Games in Rio, two years after she retired from road racing…
Emma Pooley finished her professional cycling career on a high, and she is 14th in our countdown of the best British riders of 2014
Following tireless riding by Emma Pooley in her final road race, it was Lizzie Armitstead who won gold with a superb attack on the last lap of the challenging Glasgow…
The 31-year-old English rider admitted she could have ridden parts of course more aggressively.
Emma Pooley narrowly missed out on a Commonwealth gold medal today as Kiwi Linda Villumsen beat her by six seconds in today’s Glasgow time trial. Pooley, who announced this week…
Commonwealth Games road race on Sunday will be Emma Pooley's final race
Emma Pooley all but secures mountain classification; Marianne Vos continues to lead overall
British time trial champion Emma Pooley proves her form with a solid solo win
Emma Pooley earns right to wear national champ's jersey, Katie Archibald second, Sarah Storey third in Wales
Lotto-Belisol rider picked up the day's combativity award for her efforts.
Lizzie Armitstead goes into Fleche Wallonne Femmes as Women's Road World Cup leader
After taking a step back from the top tier of the sport to finish a PhD, Britain’s Emma Pooley is returning to full-time racing in 2014
British Road Race National Championships 2011: Lizzie Armitstead out-sprints Nicole Cooke to take the win. Updated with quotes.
Trofeo Alfredo Binda winner Emma Pooley continues to astonish the cycling world with the panache of her victories. We interviewed her for the March edition of Cycle Sport.
Cycle Sport March is available in UK newsagents from Wednesday January 19, and it’s packed with the best writing and photography of professional cycling available, all for £4.25.