British Cycling's governing body has ruled that former technical director Shane Sutton used discriminatory comments towards Jess Varnish.
The Bromsgrove cyclist claimed Sutton told her to "go have a baby" after her contract was not renewed.
Sutton resigned in April, over allegations of sexism levelled by Varnish and further claims he had referred to Paralympic cyclists as "gimps".
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.
An independent review into the culture of British Cycling is ongoing.