UCI chief Pat McQuaid says the Spanish government and teams need to work harder to catch dopers
In what’s yet another blow to Spanish cycling, three-time mountain bike world champion Marga Fullana has been provisionally suspended after a positive EPO test
Pierre Bordry says Contador's beef defense is hard to believe
Vuelta a España runner-up Ezequiel Mosquera has denied knowingly taking a banned substance, saying his "conscience is clear", after world cycling's ruling body said he had failed a dope test.
VeloNews European correspondent Andrew Hood reports that most Spaniards support their Tour champion
Contador's 2011 team taking a wait-and-see position
Ezequiel Mosquera's team manager says the rider was not notified of a positive test result before the UCI announced the results.
Three-time Tour de France winner Alberto Contador, suspended Thursday after failing a dope test, blamed the positive result on contaminated meat, in an emotional protest of his innocence.
Alberto Contador, three-time winner of the Tour de France, has scheduled a news conference on Thursday to address news of an apparent positive test for the bronchodilator clenbuterol.
Floyd Landis has said the physiologist, now with RadioShack, helped him dope.
Pierre Bordry, the often-controversial head of the French anti-doping agency, Agence Française de Lutte contre le Dopage, announced his resignation on Friday.
Stephanie McIlvain, a former close associate of Lance Armstrong, testified before an American grand jury Wednesday
U.S. Anti-Doping Agency announced Friday that Jelly Belly pro Jonathan Chodroff has accepted a two-year period of ineligibility for use and possession of EPO when he was a Category 3 amateur.
AG2R suspended Tadej Valjavec earlier this year after doubts about his biological passport, but the Slovenian cycling federation has refused to take any action against him.
Stephanie McIlvain testified in an earlier case that she never heard the seven-time Tour de France champ admit to using performance-enhancing drugs.
Doping sanctions against as many as two dozen U.S. riders — pro and amateur — could come out in coming weeks.
The UCI says it has not closed the files on five riders whose Biological Passport values were deemed suspicious last winter.
The 2008 yellow jersey wearer plans to come back with the Italian squad at the end of the month, when his suspension ends.
Trek Bicycle Corporation officials told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel on Friday that they have provided documents to a federal criminal investigation involving Lance Armstrong.
Former Gerolsteiner manager Hans-Michael Holczer says blood tests showed "clear evidence" that American Levi Leipheimer doped during the 2005 Tour de France.
One rider quietly lining up at the start of last weekend’s Clásica San Sebastián was Andrey Kashechkin.
The China Daily reports that Fuyu Li's second sample has tested positive for a banned substance.
The Explainer looks at laws that prosecutors might be considering when investigating Floyd Landis' allegations against Lance Armstrong and others
Green jersey winner Alessandro Petacchi is not taking questions about recent doping allegations, which are 'too general,' his lawyer says
"At some point, people have to tell their kids that Santa Claus isn't real," Landis says.
Lance Armstrong has confirmed that he has hired one of the country's best criminal defense firms to represent him in an ongoing federal investigation into doping.
Floyd Landis is expected at the Cascade Cycling Classic, starting Tuesday evening. Meanwhile, his former team has either disbanded or reorganized.
The green jersey wearer promises cooperation and his team says it will support him while awaiting further details.
Greg LeMond tells a French newspaper that the investigation into the Landis allegations could bring 'the end' to Lance Armstrong
Hans-Michael Holczer says efforts to clean up cycling give him hope that he can return to the sport.
Lance Armstrong's attorney reacts to the apparent contradiction between his remarks Wednesday and a 2005 deposition.
A profile of today's Tour de France stage winner
Lance Armstrong denies being part of a doping system, says he did not own the USPS team.
The New York Times quotes sources saying a grand jury has issued subpoenas for several witnesses in the investigation into Floyd Landis' claims.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the probe is moving quickly and that George Hincapie and Tyler Hamilton have been contacted. Lance Armstrong says there's nothing new in the report.
The UCI chief says Lance Armstrong receives no special treatment from the cycling federation
David Howman, WADA's director general, says the agency is working with U.S. authorities to investigate doping claims made by Floyd Landis.
Editor in chief Ben Delaney weighs in on the Landis allegations
Armstrong says it's just another sensational pre-Tour article based on allegations of an ax-grinder
VeloNews' John Wilcockson wonders what impact Floyd Landis' allegations of doping and fraud against former teammate Lance Armstrong will have on this Tour de France.
American paper releases story with more details of Floyd Landis' allegations that Lance Armstrong and the U.S. Postal Service team were involved in doping practices during the last decade.
As Rotterdam primps for prologue, Tour de France chief Christian Prudhomme predicts a wide-open race
Tour de France chief Christian Prudhomme believes the quality of challenger to reigning champion Alberto Contador will make for the most openly competitive race in years.
Swiss rider Thomas Frei has been handed a two-year ban after testing positive for the banned EPO in March, the Swiss Olympic committee announced on Wednesday.
Floyd Landis, who last month admitted doping throughout his cycling career and accused Lance Armstrong and others, has hired a law firm that once represented cyclist Greg LeMond. The UCI also has sent a "strongly worded" letter to Landis asking him to stop making claims that Lance Armstrong conspired with UCI official to suppress an alleged positive doping test.
While Dick Pound’s term as WADA president expired at the end of 2007, the 68-year-old former Olympic swimmer remains a member of the WADA board and still quite willing to express his opinions.
UCI press release re: Alejandro Valverde suspension
With a second Giro victory in the books, Ivan Basso is ready to start thinking about a return to the Tour de France
The BMC team re-instates former world champ Alessandro Ballan after an internal investigation finds no evidence of doping.
The OUCH-Bahati Foundation team is back to being just Bahati Foundation, and is hustling to restructure after the doping revelations and allegations by its rider Floyd Landis. Longtime Landis supporter Dr. Brent Kay is the principal behind OUCH Medical Center.
Slipstream Sports, the owner and manager of the Garmin-Transitions team, says its riders are obligated to cooperate with an investigation into Floyd Landis' doping allegations.
The nature — and even existence — of the reported federal investigation into Floyd Landis’ claims against Lance Armstrong and others is unknown. But a San Francisco lawyer who specializes in bringing fraud suits against government contractors says Landis could be acting as a whistleblower and could collect a portion of any judgment.
Report: Federal investigators consider fraud and conspiracy charges related to Landis’ claims against Lance Armstrong
Federal authorities are investigating Floyd Landis' charges against Lance Armstrong and other cyclists with an eye toward criminal charges, the New York Times is reporting.
The UCI has asked national federations to investigate charges against cyclists and team management who Floyd Landis has named in accusatory emails sent to officials last week.
BMC Racing Team: Statement Regarding Investigation Initiated by UCI Through FFC against John Lelangue
Pat McQuaid says Lance Armstrong donation was ‘no conflict in interest,’ promises investigation into Landis’ claims
UCI chief Pat McQuaid on Tuesday rejected claims there was a conflict of interest in the sport's governing body accepting a $100,000 donation from Lance Armstrong about eight years ago.