British Cycling's former chair Jonathan Browning also steps down as non-executive director

After stepping down from his role as British Cycling chair in December, Jonathan Browning will also leave his position as non-executive director in March

National cycling centre, Manchester. Image: Andy Jones

Less than three months after stepping down as chair of British Cycling, Jonathan Browning has announced that he will also step down from his role as non-executive director at the organisation at the end of March.

Browning's term as non-executive director was due to expire in March, and he has elected not to stay on, saying that the "time is right" for him to step away from British Cycling.

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