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Jess Varnish's complaint of "inappropriate and discriminatory language" against former British Cycling technical director Shane Sutton has been upheld, the national governing body has announced.
Sutton resigned on April 27, 100 days prior to the Rio Olympics, over allegations of sexism levelled by Varnish and further claims he called members of the Paralympic team "gimps" and "wobblies".
The Australian rejected the specific allegations, but quit his role as technical director to avoid any distraction leading up to the Rio Olympics.
Varnish's complaint was investigated internally by British Cycling, with the findings reported to its board on Friday.
A British Cycling statement read: "Following an internal investigation, the British Cycling board has upheld an allegation made by Jess Varnish that former technical director Shane Sutton had used inappropriate and discriminatory language.
"The board wishes to put on record its sincere regret that this happened."
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Yorkshire will host the 2019 UCI Road World Championships, UCI president Brian Cookson has announced.
The management committee of the UCI, cycling's world governing body, met in Doha on Wednesday during the 2016 Road World Championships.
And Yorkshire - which in 2014 hosted the Tour de France Grand Depart and has subsequently twice held a three-day stage race - was chosen to host the 2019 event.
The 2017 Road World Championships take place in Bergen, Norway and the 2018 event is hosted by Innsbruck-Tirol, Austria, and Yorkshire stated its desire to host the next available event before being selected on Wednesday.
Yorkshire's formal bid - submitted by national governing body British Cycling and made in partnership with Welcome to Yorkshire, funding body UK Sport and the Government - was announced in August by Prime Minister Theresa May.
Racing would take place in North, South, East and West Yorkshire, Welcome to Yorkshire chief executive Sir Gary Verity has said, with decisions over the race routes for the week-long event to be made in conjunction with the UCI.
Cookson said: "The UCI management committee is pleased to award the UCI Road World Championships to Yorkshire in 2019.
"The county has proved it is a fitting host for road cycling's leading annual event and we are sure there will be world-class crowds to match."