Britain look set to be awarded World Championships for first time since 1982... but cycling chief Ian Drake will steer clear amid year of controversy

Ian Drake, the chief executive of British Cycling, has declined an invitation to attend what could be a momentous occasion for the sport on Wednesday.
Drake has been largely silent in a year when cycling has been beset with controversy and scandal, with questions remaining unanswered over a mystery medical package delivered by a British Cycling coach to Team Sky that is now the focus of an investigation by UK Anti-Doping.
He has been chief executive since 2008 and on Wednesday could see British Cycling handed the opportunity to host the road World Championships for the first time since... read more

11 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail

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