Quintana facing uncertain future in wake of appeal denial: 'Life goes on, the storm will pass, and we continue looking forward.'
Sport director reiterated that there is no link in his exit from the WorldTour-bound French team and Quintana's unfolding tramadol case.
Quintana is hoping for a quick resolution to the case in his favor so he can try to secure a spot on a WorldTour team for 2023.
Quintana hasn't raced since the Tour de France in the wake of the bombshell allegations leveled by the UCI.
Colombian was disqualified from the Tour de France and fined after testing positive for tramadol.
Though he missed much of the 2014 season due to a suspension, Roman Kreuziger will not file lawsuit for damages or legal expenses
On June 10, the Court of Arbitration for Sport will meet to decide the Czech rider’s fate, and the stakes could not be higher
UCI and WADA will fight Czech Olympic Committee's decision to acquit Kreuziger following his 2011-2012 biological passport anomalies
Now that CAS has weighed in on Katusha's behalf the sport awaits UCI's decision
High sporting court will rule on Russian squad's licensing case next week
The Russian squad says it wants answers about the UCI License Commission's "inexplicable decision" to deny it a WorldTour berth
The UCI initially demanded $3.24 million from Contador over his clenbuterol case and the two settled this week at CAS
Cycling's global governing body makes moves to bolster sagging credilibity
The Cobra will get his chance to strike December 11
Alex Rasmussen draws an 18-month suspension for missing doping tests
Verdict Strips German of Results after May 2005
'The time taken to arrive at a final decision, a long period after the affair, has affected events such as the Giro'
Contador races, shuns reporters and heads home
Confirmed to race Sunday in Mallorca
The latest delay could torpedo a slim chance Contador had to race in the 2012 Tour de France
When CAS judges refused to hear key testimony, WADA lawyers threatened to walk out
Schleck reacts to Riis comments; Contador case
The Court of Arbitration for Sport's general secretary, Matthieu Reeb, says the CAS decision in Alberto Contador's clenbuterol case should be forthcoming in mid-January.
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.
Waiting game begins as Court of Arbitration for Sport panel weighs evidence in Alberto Contador’s clenbuterol case
The waiting game begins as a Court of Arbitration panel weighs the mountains of evidence in the Alberto Contador case. A decision is not expected until early 2012.
Alberto Contador's four-day hearing before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) will end as scheduled Thursday, and the three-time Tour de France champ was to address the panel on Wednesday.
WADA and UCI lawyers are also arguing that "strict liability" — that a rider is responsible for what enters his system — should be applied in the case against Alberto Contador.
British rules excluding athletes who have tested positive for doping from competing in Olympic Games were declared "non-compliant" by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) on Sunday.
Among the first wave of witnesses set to appear in the case against Alberto Contador is the Spanish butcher who allegedly sold the infamous steaks that the three-time Tour de France champ blames for his clenbuterol positive.
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.
Alberto Contador on Monday will fight a bid by cycling's world governing body to impose a doping ban that could strip him of his 2010 Tour de France victory.
Alberto Contador is on a honeymoon in Rome and the Caribbean after getting married on Saturday, but he's already got his eyes on a big 2012 season.
Alberto Contador says he's "optimistic" he will be cleared later this month when his long-running clenbuterol case finally hits the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
The 2012 Giro d'Italia course "is good for me and if it was just what my heart said, I'd be there," Alberto Contador said Sunday. "Next year I am going to think about different objectives, above all the Tour de France. Although you can never say never, next year I will not be back."
Alberto Contador says the Tour de France will be his top goal for next season, but that's based on the assumption that he will be cleared on clenbuterol charges next month by the international Court of Arbitration for Sport.
A scheduled August hearing on doping charges against Alberto Contador before the International Court of Arbitration for Sport has been delayed until November.
The Contador case will be heard in November 2011
Alberto Contador should know his fate before the start of the Tour de France. That’s according to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which promised it would make a ruling on the long-running clenbuterol case before the start of the season’s most important race.
UCI president Pat McQuaid told The Associated Press that an appeal in Alberto Contador’s doping case was prompted by fears of political meddling within the Spanish cycling federation.
Franco Pellizotti reacted angrily to Tuesday’s decision by the Court of Arbitration for Sport and said he would not mount a comeback when his two-year ban concludes.
PRESS RELEASE: THE COURT OF ARBITRATION FOR SPORT (CAS) IMPOSES A TWO YEAR BAN ON THE ITALIAN CYCLISTS PIETRO CAUCCHIOLI AND FRANCO PELLIZOTTI
GENEVA (AFP) - The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Tuesday banned Italian cyclist Franco Pellizotti, third in the 2009 Giro d'Italia, for two years, overturning an earlier ruling by Italy's anti-doping committee.
Switzerland’s top court has reject an appeal by Alejandro Valverde, who had sought to overturn an earlier a Court of Arbitration for Sport ruling suspending him until 2012.