British Cycling chair to step down after less than 10 months in role

Jonathan Browning says he is also withdrawing his candidacy for new role of independent chair

British Cycling HQ

(Image credit: Russ Ellis)

Jonathan Browning, the chair of British Cycling, will step down on December 1 after less than 10 months in the role as the national governing body adapts to comply with the new Code for Sports Governance introduced by UK Sport.

Browning took over as chair from Bob Howden in February, but told a British Cycling board meeting on Wednesday that he will be stepping down from the role to enable a new independent chair to be appointed.

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