Who’s your favorite cheat? Why cycling embraces some ex-dopers yet shuns others
Looking at the hypocrisy that cuts through our sport.
Looking at the hypocrisy that cuts through our sport.
Former US Postal rider and teammate of Armstrong's shared his thoughts on part one of ESPN's LANCE documentary.
Admission comes ahead of a new documentary set to be broadcast on ESPN later this month.
"After I made the comeback and then I retired from the sport, it really wasn’t until I told the truth that I felt better."
"There are plenty of secrets that haven’t come out versus what has, and now it’s looking less likely that they will ever be told."
A "60 Minutes" report into mechanical doping claims a dozen riders had hidden motors in their bikes at the 2015 Tour de France.
The Dane escapes a ban from the sport due to the statute of limitation
Given USADA's reasoned decision, America's national championship results from 2006 to 2009 are strange at best
Among the defendants in the Spanish court is Doctor Eufemiano Fuentes, who allegedly helped several cyclists dope
After 10 weeks, the Operación Puerto trial is nearly over. What have we learned about the doping case that started in 2006?
Tyler Hamilton talks more about his book that exposed many of cycling's dirty doping secrets
Former owner of Phonak says he was not aware of doping practices by Tyler Hamilton and others
American details trip he made with Phonak director and teammates to Madrid for transfusions in 2004
Tyler Hamilton testifies that Bjarne Riis introduced him to Puerto ringleader Fuentes and that a negative blood reaction turned his urine black
Scientist whose lab stores the Puerto blood and plasma bags also scheduled to testify on Tuesday
Questions remain about whether Chris Carmichael knew of Lance Armstrong's doping. Meanwhile, Tyler Hamilton says his old teammate is still lying
Former teammate Tyler Hamilton says Armstrong's confession a "huge, huge first step"
Sky principal Dave Brailsford confirms the likely scenario that defending Tour champ Bradley Wiggins will target the Giro
American says he understands Brits' stance, but believes it isn't productive
Danish cycling union president Tom Lund says the body is 'powerless' to force Bjarne Riis to speak about his alleged work with Dr. Fuentes
Tyler Hamilton responded to UCI president's criticism, saying that the Irishman 'has no place in cycling'
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency on Wednesday painted a picture of an Armstrong career marked by intimidation and secrecy
Tyler Hamilton and Daniel Coyle discuss the significance of their new book and Hamilton's journey through confession to relief
In his new book, former U.S. Postal rider Tyler Hamilton details the system for delivering EPO to the amigos de Edgar
With Tyler Hamilton's new book and explosive allegations, Saxo Bank boss Bjarne Riis is back to denying his involvement with Eufemiano Fuentes
Tyler Hamilton will take readers inside the underbelly of pro cycling in a new book set for September release
Russian receives medal returned by Tyler Hamilton after his 2011 doping admission
IOC to strip Hamilton of gold medal; Julien Absalon ready for Olympic defense after Val d'Isère crash; bad news concealed from Olympic athletes
There has been a lot of Internet chatter about last weekend’s Tyler Hamilton/Lance Armstrong meet-up in Colorado. What’s the big deal?
The FBI wants to review video from a Colorado restaurant where Lance Armstrong and Tyler Hamilton exchanged words on Saturday, the New York Times reported Tuesday.
Armstrong and Hamilton meet, the faithful and Kenya's Tour goals
LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Lance Armstrong's lawyers asked for an apology from television network CBS on Wednesday for a report looking into doping allegations against the seven-time Tour de France champion.
A reader asks about the validity of Floyd Landis' whistleblower lawsuit against Lance Armstrong and whether Postal Service sponsorship of the old cycling team can really be called 'federal funding'
Tyler Hamilton's attorney Chris Manderson said what has surprised him is the quality of the response from Armstrong and his attorneys following his client's appearance on CBS, one he characterized as “lashing out at the messenger, rather than addressing the charges.”
Police carried out a search at the RadioShack team hotel in Falcade on Monday, a day after former Lance Armstrong teammate Tyler Hamilton accused him on "60 Minutes" of participating in a sophisticated doping program, according to The Associated Press
In a statement on its website Monday the UCI said it "categorically rejects" the allegations made by Tyler Hamilton on Sunday's episode of the CBS News program "60 Minutes."
Lance Armstrong was part of a sophisticated doping program, according to former teammate Tyler Hamilton, who told "60 Minutes" that a positive test was made to "go away."
Viatcheslav Ekimov could find himself with a gold medal following startling admissions by Tyler Hamilton that he doped to win the 2004 Olympic time trial championship.
SOLVANG, California (VN) ─ Former Lance Armstrong teammate Frankie Andreu spoke out in support of Tyler Hamilton and George Hincapie Friday afternoon, following news reports that both have testified to federal authorities about their former teammate’s use of performance-enhancing drugs.
George Hincapie, one of Lance Armstrong’s closest friends during their time together at the U.S. Postal Service and Discovery Channel teams and the only member of all seven of Armstrong’s Tour de France-winning squads, testified before a federal grand jury that he and Armstrong had supplied one another with EPO and testosterone, CBS News reported Friday afternoon.
George Hincapie has added his name to the list of ex-Lance Armstrong teammates who say they saw the embattled American cycling hero use performance-enhancing drugs, CBS News reported Friday.
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (VN) - George Hincapie and Jim Ochowicz of BMC Racing were two of embattled Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong’s closest companions for much of his career. Ochowicz Thursday night called former U.S. Postal Service rider Tyler Hamilton’s accusations that he witnessed Armstrong use EPO “outrageous,” while Hincapie reserved comment.
an email Tyler Hamilton sent to friends and family explaining his "long overdue" confession to doping
Retired cyclist Tyler Hamilton has told the CBS program "60 Minutes" that he saw his then-U.S. Postal teammate Lance Armstrong inject EPO and use other doping methods.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the probe is moving quickly and that George Hincapie and Tyler Hamilton have been contacted. Lance Armstrong says there's nothing new in the report.