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British Cycling Approves Governance Reforms, Will Retain £43M In Funding

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 24 / 17

British Cycling will retain £43M ($55.9M) in public funding after its national council "approved governance reforms in an extraordinary general meeting," according to the BBC. A 75% majority was required to pass the changes "demanded" by U.K. Sports Minister Tracey Crouch to make governing bod...

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