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Does British cycling have a problem with women?
So, we’re here again, debating sexism and British Cycling. Hard for British Cycling to ignore views of both @v_pendleton & @NicoleCooke2012 (https://t.co/xle9oKLTN2) https://t.co/81SHvVhyyz — Alex Murray (@leguape) April 26, 2016 Nicole’s article contains a more analytical and well-evidenced case. That … Continue reading
Posted in Bradley Wiggins, British Cycling, Culture, Women Tagged Bradley Wiggins, British Cycling, gender, Jess Varnish, Nicole Cooke, sexism, Victoria Pendleton, women Leave a comment
Does sexism in cycling still exist?
Last week, during the World Championships, Sky News ran the news package below, about the Call For Sexual Equality In Sport, based on the news that the UCI is to insist on parity between men’s and women’s events at London … Continue reading
Posted in Women Tagged "Halfords Bikehut", Emma Pooley, Lizzie Armitstead, Nicole Cooke, sexism, Team Sky Leave a comment