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Here's the news making the headlines on Tuesday, November 2.
Canadian emerged as antagonist to Lance Armstrong after helping to found WADA in 1999.
The Spanish star's career was marked by searing victories, emotional highs, and devastating lows.
Saint or sinner? Marco Pantani and his controversial legacy continue to resonate in professional racing.
Former Tour de France winner said he considers Lance Armstrong winner of 1999-2005 editions.
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Lance wins the 2001 Tour, his third, then retires and forms a rock band. In 2004, Tinker Juarez is the last MTB pro in the world. And in 2007, gas costs $93/gal, and only Bill Gates owns a car. Everyone else rides bikes and pelts his car with poopy diapers.
Stage 1 ends in disaster when Wilfried Nelissen hits a police officer at top speed in finishing sprint.
For the first time since retirement, Kevin Livingston is speaking up about his time in cycling, riding for both Lance Armstrong and Jan Ullrich.
Known for crushing Strava KOMs after his retirement, Phil Gaimon has never been shy about his (or his competitors’) exploits in the domestic peloton.
The day after the historic crash — 17 years ago today — VeloNews reporters walked the hot-tar road and pockmarked field.
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.