Former USPS team director Johan Bruyneel will have his day in court at the beginning of March as WADA seeks to increase his penalty
WADA director general David Howman sits down with Matthew Beaudin and talks about the current state of doping in sport
A masters racer is on the outside looking in, sidelined by his medical need to take testosterone. Is it right?
The lab draws a three-month suspension after a tech mixed two athletes' samples, yielding a false positive
World Anti-Doping Agency confirms responsibility of member federations to uphold USADA sanctions
The Contador case is more complex than saying simply "he is a cheat" or not
WADA requested the evidence that the U.S. federal agencies collected in the Armstrong investigation
"The simple fact is that anyone who has a prohibited substance in their system is a cheat"
Movistar rider remains defiant
Confirmed to race Sunday in Mallorca