Former Tour de France winner is auctioning one of his bikes to help charity efforts in Ukraine.
Two-time Tour de France winner says a few extra grams of weight tilted him in favor of racing on rim brakes for Saturday's decisive battle at Tirreno-Adriatico.
Barely a week after blazing to victory at Strade Bianche, Pogačar powers away from peloton in a way that evokes the Italian climber.
Pogačar says miscue cost them a chance to contest for stage, but he retains leader's jersey going into Saturday's ‘Pantani’ climb finale.
Roundtable: Giro d'Italia boss Mauro Vegni challenges the Slovenian superstar to take on one of cycling's most elusive challenges, but is it worth it?
At the insistence of Marco Pantani's mother, local prosecutors are reportedly opening a fresh inquiry into circumstances surrounding his death in 2004.
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.
Saint or sinner? Marco Pantani and his controversial legacy continue to resonate in professional racing.
The big story today was the rider strike that shortened what was to be the longest stage in this year’s race. And somehow it made me think about Marco Pantani.
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From Grenoble to Les Deux Alpes in the the years of Pantani and Jan Ullrich.
A central figure as road captain of the Carrera team, Chiesa played a pivotal role in the formative years of a certain Marco Pantani.
Part two of a conversation with the legendary French journalist on the last 40 years of the 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