Past year has seen 'great change' in British Cycling, says chief executive

British Cycling chief executive Julie Harrington reflects on the past 12 months in the organisation's 2017 annual report

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British Cycling has made 'substantial progress' over the past year in the wake of an independent review and UK Anti-Doping's investigation into the organisation, says chief executive Julie Harrington.

The governing body for cycling has been under scrutiny after allegations of sexism and bullying levelled at team staff, and the controversy surrounding the contents of a jiffy bag delivered to Team Sky in France from BC's headquarters in Manchester in 2011.

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