LONDON - Former Olympic cyclist Jess Varnish said she was "shocked and upset" after it emerged only one of her nine complaints against British Cycling's (BC) former technical director Shane Sutton was upheld. British Cycling said in October that Varnish's allegation of "inappropriate and discriminatory language" against Sutton had been upheld. But the BBC reported Wednesday that Sutton had been cleared of eight of the charges and that the BC board has only found he may have used the word ‘bitches’. "I am shocked and upset by this latest news and have instructed my solicitor to appeal the findings of the internal investigation on my behalf," Varnish said. "Having provided substantial evidence to back up my complaints, to now learn that the majority were not upheld is heartbreaking.”