"I used nothing that the others were not using," the winner of the 1997 Tour de France tells a German magazine
German says the Texan did "enormous harm" to cycling by doping and taking illegal drugs
Former Tour champ, perennial second-place vaguely acknowledges indiscretions, wants to move forward
Cycling federation officials say the former Tour de France winner cannot participate in any sanctioned event in the country
Verdict Strips German of Results after May 2005
A ruling in the Operation Puerto doping case of Jan Ullrich will not be released this week as anticipated, VeloNews.com has learned.
Court of Arbitration for Sport has no jurisdiction in one Jan Ullrich appeal, but will rule on second
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has announced that it does not have jurisdiction to rule on an appeal of the Swiss Olympic
Jan Ullrich is back on the bike and enjoying life as a recreational cyclist — and he's not particularly interested in how the Court of
Is pro cycling sport or entertainment? Master of ceremonies Patrick O'Grady has the envelope.
Former T-Mobile sports director Rudy Pevenage says he organized visits for Jan Ullrich to Dr. Eufemiano Fuentes, the central figure in the