At Trump Bar, inside of Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan, patrons stood two-deep and massed before both televisions—tuned to Fox News—late Friday morning. “President Trump—that has a nice ring to it,” says a middle-aged man as Trump stepped to the dais and raised his right hand. Two young girls in
Ian Drake, the man who has presided over a golden era for British Cycling, stepped down as the governing body's chief executive on Friday, three months earlier than planned. Drake, who has been involved with British Cycling for 20 years, the last eight as chief executive, announced in October that
Andrew Musgrave is nothing if not his own hardest critic.