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Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: BMC Racing Team wins Criterium du Dauphiné team time trial; Five times on the Emakumeen Saria podium, Emma Johansson finally climbs to the top step in Durango; Ewan triumphs again, netting stage three of Tour of Korea; Dennis: It wasn’t planned; Photo gallery: 2015 Philly Cycling […]


Kimmage vs Verbruggen legal case set for July; “I have had three years of this…I am not amused at all”

Three months after saying he would be astonished if the Hein Verbruggen legal case against him continued in the wake of the CIRC report, Paul Kimmage has confirmed that the Dutchman is persisting in his efforts and that a hearing will be held in one month’s time in Switzerland. Kimmage recently received a summons to […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Kristoff grabs stage one of Driedaagse de Panne; Kristoff gains confidence through manner of his win; Riis says goodbye to Tinkoff-Saxo; unclear if he hopes to continue in cycling; Tinkov on team’s and sport’s future: We need a boring, meticulous manager like Brailsford; Richie Porte: […]


Kimmage Fund: Final judgement rendered against Aaron Brown, former UCI Overlord owes $85 thousand and counting

Having been found liable for the missing Kimmage Fund by the Massachusetts Superior Court last October, the person responsible for its theft, Aaron Brown, has run out of time to lodge an appeal. As a result final judgement has been rendered against Brown, the former user of the UCI_Overlord persona. According to Bill Hue, a […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Michael Matthews wins stage 3 of Paris-Nice, takes overall lead; Adriano Malori wins Tirreno-Adriatico prologue; Andrea Guardini takes a third stage win at the Tour de Langkawi, Ewan maintains overall lead; CIRC report – Kimmage ‘would be astonished’ if Verbruggen lawsuit continues; Gerrans’ Spring Classics […]


CIRC report: Kimmage ‘would be astonished’ if Verbruggen lawsuit continues

Speaking in the wake of a Cycling Independent Reform Commission (CIRC) report that was critical of the past presidents of the UCI, Paul Kimmage has said that he would be very surprised if Hein Verbruggen’s lawsuit against him were to continue. Verbruggen and his successor Pat McQuaid both launched suits against Kimmage in the past, […]


Aaron Brown found liable for Kimmage Fund in Massachusetts Superior Court

Aaron Brown, better known by his previous Twitter identity @UCI_Overlord, has lost a class action lawsuit taken on behalf of the donors to the Kimmage Fund, and has been ordered to repay the fund plus any additional costs which arose due to the legal case. The Massachusetts Superior Court held a final pre-trial conference on […]


The ongoing saga of the Paul Kimmage defence fund: Hue to try to get arrest warrant for Brown

Fifteen months after the journalist Paul Kimmage received notification that the fund set up to help him fight former UCI presidents Hein Verbruggen and Pat McQuaid in court had gone missing, the clock continues to tick for Aaron Brown, the individual who was long known by his Twitter persona @UCI_Overlord. In May 2013 it emerged […]


Q&A With Paul Kimmage

Paul Kimmage spent last week preparing for a date with the international cycling federation, the UCI. He is fielding phone calls, meeting lawyers and reflecting on his 20-plus years as a journalist. This past year has had its ups and downs, or rather, downs and ups. After 10 years of service, the Sunday Times of London […]


Paul Kimmage Defence Fund

While I find it intriguing, fascinating, shameful and embarrassing, I try and not to focus on the politics of cycling on the pages of this blog too much. It can get rather murky at times and while I don’t remain ignorant to the issues, I prefer to use this platform to showcase the beauty of […]