Years after his death, and despite the many controversies that surrounded his career, Marco Pantani retains a mystical hold over Italy.
Italian media continue to probe the suspicious circumstances surrounding Marco Pantani's expulsion from 1999 Giro d'Italia.
A forensic scientist claims the evidence points to a drug overdose, not a murder
Officials involved in the initial investigation of Pantani's death will sue to defend their reputations endangered by recent controversy
According to a biographer who wrote a book about Marco Pantani, the latest investigations simply erode the public's trust
A new investigation into the 1999 Giro suggests that organized crime may have led to Pantani's expulsion from the race
Investigators say that the crime scene was not carefully examined and that there is evidence of foul play
The two-time grand tour winner died of a supposed cocaine overdose in 2004, but investigators are re-opening the case
Pantani's death in 2004 was attributed to a drug overdose, but his family has never accepted that, and some say the Italian cyclist was
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