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. ..."