British Cycling chair steps down two months after re-election

Long-serving board member Bob Howden to remain as president of the scandal-hit national body

Bob Howden

The chair of embattled British Cycling, Bob Howden, has stepped down from his post two months after being re-elected and been replaced by non-executive director and ex-Jaguar boss Jonathan Browning.

Howden, who will continue in his role as president of the organisation, has been chair of British Cycling since 2013 when then president Brian Cookson left to take up his current role as president of the UCI. He has been on the board since 2000.

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