Month: January 2018

Slevin’s background includes retail, financial services and regulatory oversight New independent chairman Frank Slevin is “surprised” president Bob Howden retains a role with British Cycling. Howden stepped down as chairman in February 2017 during a turbulent period for the sport, but remained president. Slevin was named on Wednesday as successor to Howden’s replacement Jonathan Browning,
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With just 24 Test caps to his name, Kagiso Rabada has already achieved “what I always wanted”, in becoming Test cricket’s top-ranked bowler, but he has promised there is much more to come. Rabada leapfrogged James Anderson to No.1 after the first Test between South Africa and India, in which he took five wickets and
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Cricket’s governing bodies must move quickly to close the wage gap in the international game or risk a mass exodus to domestic Twenty20 leagues, the MCC world cricket committee has declared. Following its annual meeting, held in Sydney on Tuesday and Wednesday, the committee used the contrasting examples of the Bangladesh allrounder Shakib Al Hasan
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