Likely the most controversial figure in modern cycling, Lance Armstrong won seven editions of the Tour de France from 1999-2005 only to be stripped of the titles in 2012 for violating anti-doping rules during his record-breaking run.
U.S. Justice Department hired legal help in Spain to help collect fraud case monies from Bruyneel, who now lives in Madrid.
The horrifying crash that defined the 2003 Tour de France and forever changed Joseba Beloki's career was the result of bad management, says Beloki's former teammate Jorg Jaksche.
Armstrong's investment netted him millions. He also says former team backer Thom Weisel was dishonest about his complicit role with USPS.
Thomas joins condemnation of Wiggins' description of Armstrong as "perfect" Tour de France rider
UCI boss also discusses increased possibilities for women's cycling, supports calls for review of WADA
Former U.S. Postal team manager Johan Bruyneel says he has been given a lifetime ban from cycling by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) for his involvement in the doping conspiracy tied to Lance Armstrong’s seven Tour de France victories. On Wednesday Bruyneel posted an open letter, stating he had received an email from […]
U.S. Government seeks $1.2 million in damages from Johan Bruyneel. The Belgian may be out of reach, based in Madrid.
New book tells the story of the first encounter between Lance Armstrong and Greg LeMond and how it led to acrimony between the two.
By settling the Federal lawsuit for a relative bargain, Pascal’s Wager was Armstrong’s safest bet.
Armstrong talks about the current state of pro cycling and how he feels it can be improved going forward.