The Italian is serving a 12-year doping ban that expires in 2024.
The Italian serving a 12-year doping ban blasts the UCI's Cycling Independent Reform Commission and more at a book launch
The Italian insists the performance-enhancing drugs found with him belonged to a friend
Italian takes to Twitter to question why 44 riders not sanctioned after 2008 Tour de France
Italian Riccardo Ricco loses his appeal to the CAS, which upholds the 12-year ban he received in 2012 for blood doping
The Cobra will get his chance to strike December 11
Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco is to appeal to CAS in a bid to have his 12-year doping ban overturned
Disgraced Italian will serve 12 years following autologous blood transfusion-gone-wrong in early 2011
Disgraced Italian cyclist Riccardo Riccò on Tuesday received a two-month suspended sentence and a 3,000-euro fine from a French court for having taken EPO during the 2008 Tour de France.
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Angelo Zomegnan wants the 2011 Giro d’Italia to be bigger than ever and it will be, at least this year.
Riccardo Riccò remains in an Italian hospital more than a week after being hospitalized for an apparent blood transfusion gone wrong.
When Marco Pantani died of an apparent cocaine overdose, alone in a Rimini hotel room seven years ago this St. Valentine’s Day, Riccardo Riccò was racing on a small amateur team called Grassi Marco Pantani. Riccò, then 20 years old, dreamed of emulating his hero by someday winning the Giro d’Italia and Tour de France.
Italian media are reporting that Riccardo Riccò faces doping inquiries after being hospitalized on Sunday with a high fever and signs of kidney failure.
Riccardo Riccò was hospitalized overnight in an Italian hospital with high fever and apparent kidney failure.
Aldo Sassi, founder of the Mapei Cycling center and renowned Italian cycling coach, died Sunday night after a long struggle with a brain tumor. He was 51.
Riccardo Riccò, who just days ago said he was going to join Quick Step, has penned a deal with Dutch team Vacansoleil.
Inside Cycling with John Wilcockson: The Flèche and Trentino, two hilltop sprints, two different stories
John Wilcockson re-caps Flèche Wallonne and compares its victor to the those on the podium at the concurrent Giro del Trentino.
Mark Cavendish blasted the imminent return of Riccardo Riccò and said George Hincapie’s move to BMC was a “massive loss” as the British ace confronts the 2010 season replete with new goals and challenges.
Question: "I recently read about the UCI’s decision to strip Davide Rebellin of the silver medal he 'won' at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing because he tested positive for CERA. As my kid would say, 'big whoop.'"