Matthew Fedoruk talks with VeloNews about USADA's oversight of amateur and masters cyclists.
Closure in Tom Danielson’s doping case won’t come until fall. A three-member arbitration panel has approved a motion to delay that was
American cycling has a doping problem, and it’s no longer at the top. Here's the story of how one masters racer was caught by USADA.
Danielson's B sample confirms failed doping test from August, so why don't we know where things stand and what's next?
Californian Lauren Mulwitz tests positive for THC, a metabolite of marijuana, at the Manhattan Beach Grand Prix crit in June.
USADA looks to be applying a much more accurate test to catch dopers that abuse testosterone: Here's how it works.
Schmidt, of Ogema, Wisconsin, admitted to the use, attempted use, and possession of synthetic erythropoietin
Collegiate cyclist Luck voluntarily admits to doping violation to USADA and is cooperating in other ongoing anti-doping cases
For the first time, the UCI, CADF, and USADA will collaborate to conduct in- and out-of-competition drug testing
Testimony implicates Mario Zorzoli, the UCI’s chief medical officer, as having been complicit to doping during the sport’s darkest