To mark Ullrich's 49th birthday, author Daniel Friebe shares a book extract about the German's best and last chance to win the yellow jersey.
Exclusive interview with the UCI president on all matters doping and the fight for clean cycling.
Former Tour de France winner is auctioning one of his bikes to help charity efforts in Ukraine.
Riders have come and gone, but Eddy Merckx remains the reference point in elite men's racing.
Former Tour de France champion insisted he's no longer struggling with dependency yet said he's suffering from back pain.
Reports in German media say the former Tour de France winner was distraught following a break-up with his longtime girlfriend.
Jan Ullrich is one of the most celebrated riders of his era as well as a reminder of how the EPO Generation brought professional cycling to its knees.
Following treatment in a rehab center, Jan Ullrich is tip-toeing back into the public eye following years of making headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Here's the news making headlines for Monday, October 25.
What could happen to team race strategies, or the overall outcome if one or more teams are expelled from the race? The chaotic 1998 Tour provides some interesting lessons and insights.
For the first time since retirement, Kevin Livingston is speaking up about his time in cycling, riding for both Lance Armstrong and Jan Ullrich.
The 1997 Tour de France champion has spent several weeks at rehab facilities in Germany and the United States.
The retired German cycling star, 44, is accused of assaulting someone at Hamburg airport this week.
Once heralded as cycling's wunderkind, Jan Ullrich never got accustomed to the glare of the media spotlight.
The 44-year-old is struggling with legal issues, complicated by a reported drug and alcohol problem.
The 44-year-old was detained on Friday afternoon for "forceful entry and threats" on his neighbor in Palma de Majorca.
After losing more than three minutes on the Vuelta's penultimate day, Tom Dumoulin joins a dubious list of infamous grand tour implosions.
The German was allegedly legally drunk at the time of the crash, according to a newspaper report
Germany's only Tour de France winner says he likes to live "in the present" and is done talking about the past — and especially about doping
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The German says doping in cycling was "how it was back then"
Renato Di Rocco says the French Senate should release the names of the other athletes involved across all sports
French newspaper reports four names to be included in Wednesday's release of EPO positives from the 1998 Tour de France
Thirty-five riders are in the Best Young Rider competition entering Saturday's Tour start in Corsica
German Tour champion could lose his gold and silver medals from the Sydney Olympics after admitting to working with Fuentes
"I used nothing that the others were not using," the winner of the 1997 Tour de France tells a German magazine
Verdict Strips German of Results after May 2005
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 disciplinary chamber's refusal to open an anti-doping case against Jan Ullrich.
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 Arbitration for Sport rules on his years-old case.
Former T-Mobile sports director Rudy Pevenage says he organized visits for Jan Ullrich to Dr. Eufemiano Fuentes, the central figure in the Operación Puerto affair.