The tension between Alberto Contador and Lance Armstrong during the 2009 Tour de France was perhaps the most memorable intra-squad rivalry of the last 15 years.
Former Lance Armstrong manager insists that he's paid too high a price for his involvement in cycling's EPO era.
Belgian manager laughs off suggestions that team was trying to sabotage Contador, but admits Spaniard was strongest.
U.S. Justice Department hired legal help in Spain to help collect fraud case monies from Bruyneel, who now lives in Madrid.
If he ever returns to US soil, Johan Bruyneel will find himself on the hook for over $1.5 million
U.S. Government seeks $1.2 million in damages from Johan Bruyneel. The Belgian may be out of reach, based in Madrid.
Johan Bruyneel admits he and Lance Armstrong were too arrogant but were no worse than others in the EPO-era peloton.
Former USPS team director Johan Bruyneel will have his day in court at the beginning of March as WADA seeks to increase his penalty
Investigators say Paolo Savoldelli met with Michele Ferrari during his career
Another chapter is filed in the Lance Armstrong doping scandal, and this time it's his director who gets a hefty ban from the sport
Athlete attorney says USADA's U.S. Postal case is unlike any he's seen prosecuted previously
The Belgian is facing a lifetime ban from cycling for his role in the Lance Armstrong doping case
The former team manager is scheduled to appear in London for arbitration December 16-20
"People are trying to picture myself and Lance as the bad guys," says Bruyneel, adding that he is "looking to move on. ..."
Cycling need not perish from a thousand self-inflicted cuts. A truth commission could nurse our wounded sport back to health
The group will reportedly face arbitration in mid-December stemming from the Lance Armstrong doping scandal
Luxembourg businessman Flavio Becca formed the squad, which debuted in 2011
The federal government has followed through on its pledge to join Floyd Landis in his whistleblower suit, naming Johan Bruyneel
A few key figures from the U.S. Postal Service team, including its financial backer, have avoided the government's ire — for now
Former Postal Service director says he is writing a book and will go to arbitration with USADA if he feels it's a fair procedure
Garmin-Sharp manager and AIGCP president talks openly about Bruyneel, Leipheimer, Tygart, Change Cycling Now and other topics
USADA's cases against Johan Bruyneel, Pepe Marti, and Pedro Celaya are underway. Bruyneel to be heard before end of this year
Betsy and Frankie Andreu were outsiders, sticking doping allegations on Lance Armstrong early, but USADA has proven them right
Kjaergaard admits to EPO use at Postal Service, says team organized his program
Lance Armstrong's doping ring tipped the field so the Texan stood on top of a chess game of 'information, connections and money'
Tour boss reaffirms his position that the 1999-2005 Tours de France should be without a winner
Italian sports director will take over at the helm of the embattled RadioShack-Nissan squad
USADA's Armstrong case file tells the story of how Spain became the center of operations for the Postal Service doping ring
In Tennessee to visit a Nissan plant, the German strongman says USADA's inquiry into the team boss had become a distraction
Johan Bruyneel, Leopard part ways in the wake of the U.S. Postal Service case
USADA chief details his path to the top of the agency and his case against Lance Armstrong and Johan Bruyneel
Bruyneel will stay for the first four stages and return toward the end to renew contracts with certain riders and staff
Anti-doping authorities say Armstrong's team boss and friend accepts public arbitration
RadioShack manager skips Tour after USADA allegations leak
Veteran happy to work with a young U.S. team in London, calls Kloden's comments on RadioShack's Tour selection unprofessional
While embattled RadioShack-Nissan director goes quiet, Chris Horner may be back in the Tour de France
Team boss says Swiss tour start was criteria for Tour selection from the start of the year
Andy Schleck says recent reports of tension at RadioShack are overblown; Bruyneel searches for answers after stage 1 time loss
Bruyneel hoping to shock RadioShack into results; Cancellara has work to do; Zomegnan critical of 95th Giro; Reijnen recaps third-place national championships ride
Schlecks and company return to square one for the Tour after classics disappointments
Without team leader Fabian Cancellara, RadioShack-Nissan is looking for Plan B
Johan Bruyneel names the sport directors who will be part of the merger between RadioShack and Leopard-Trek for the coming season.
Haimar Zubeldia says Andy Schleck will have a better chance to win the Tour de France riding under the guidance of Belgium director Johan Bruyneel next season under the merger of RadioShack and Leopard-Trek.
RadioShack has four of its Tour nine already confirmed, but team boss Johan Bruyneel is asking fans' help in rounding out the squad.
Johan Bruyneel and Pat McQuaid discuss the radio issue, but only one of them feels chatty afterward.
Johan Bruyneel says there’s “nothing new” to the latest round of doping allegations leveled at Lance Armstrong, who raced his final international cycling event with Sunday’s conclusion at the Tour Down Under.
After battling the UCI on its decision to ban radios in all but major events, Johan Bruyneel tells VeloNews that major changes are needed in the way important issues are decided in the sport.
2010 Tour de France: RadioShack’s Johan Bruyneel suspended and fined for Tour de France jersey violation
Team RadioShack director Johan Bruyneel is fined 10,000 francs and suspended two months for the team's jersey-swapping violation on the final stage of the Tour
Johan Bruyneel admits that RadioShack will not be among top candidates for the yellow jersey, but suggested Brajkovic may be a wild-card at next year's Tour de France
The team is being called before a disciplinary hearing for wearing un-approved kit on the last day of the 2010 Tour de France
Team manager Johan Bruyneel calls the three "classy riders" with "a lot of potential."
In an exclusive interview, the RadioShack team boss talks about the team's Tour de France, its new stagiaires, 'jerseygate,' Contador and the team's future.
Lance Armstrong's attorney reacts to the apparent contradiction between his remarks Wednesday and a 2005 deposition.
Alberto Contador stops by the RadioShack bus with gifts for Armstrong and Bruyneel.
For RadioShack team director Johan Bruyneel, “We Might As Well Win” — the title of his 2008 book — has given way to a more relaxed attitude.
The team was not included in the list of 22 squads invited to the 2010 Vuelta, set to start Aug. 28 in Sevilla. Sixteen teams were already selected, but RadioShack was not among the final six wild-card selections revealed Monday.