British Cycling’s CEO Ian Drake set to leave his post in April

• British Cycling under investigation over allegations of ‘wrongdoing’
• Drake has been chief executive since 2009

The chief executive of British Cycling, Ian Drake, will stand down in April after seven years at the helm of an organisation lauded for marrying medal success to participation growth but now mired in controversy.

It is understood that Drake decided at the end of last year that he would leave the governing body, for which he has worked since 1998, following the Rio Olympic cycle if he could also secure a new sponsor to replace Sky and win the bid to host the 2019 road world championships.

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