Despite its checkered past, Bardiani-CSF rejoins the Movement for Credible Cycling, committing to greater transparency.
The Sky rider had higher-than-allowed amounts of Salbutamol in his system during the Vuelta a Espana.
Team Katusha has announced that it will pull out of the Movement For Credible Cycling (MPCC) due to a “duality of rules.”
The loss of Orica – GreenEdge leaves eight WorldTour teams as members of the group, which has stricter anti-doping rules than the UCI.
Astana's decision to start Lars Boom in the Tour de France despite low cortisol levels sees the squad kicked out of the MPCC
The voluntary team organization suspends team Astana for allowing rider Lars Boom to start the Tour with low cortisol levels
Low cortisol levels are at the center of a yet another conflict between a team and the Movement for Credible Cycling (MPCC)
Astana will start Dutch rider Lars Boom in the Tour de France despite low cortisol levels
Does MPCC actually hold power as a voluntary group? Recent exits of three prominent teams raise questions about the organization's role
The squad takes issue with what it calls "flaws" in how the anti-doping group handles cases