In a column from 2012, Jonathan Vaughters dived into some data to show how cycling was entering a very different phase in its evolution.
David Walsh: Lance Armstrong’s punishment was ‘draconian and probably excessive, but that was on him’
'The bloody-mindedness that underpinned his seven Tour victories was the same bloody-mindedness that led to the loss of all those Tours and the lifetime ban,' writes Irish journalist.
A whistleblower tipped off the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency in December 2021 about suspicions surrounding Ray, who was living and racing in the United States.
"This is yet another case that demonstrates the power of investigations in the shared fight to protect sport and athletes’ rights," says Travis Tygart.
Some testing is better than no testing, but as gravel expands and the incentives increase so do the anti-doping measures.
US anti-doping chiefs hand Abers one-year ban following positive test at last summer's masters track national championships.
Katie Compton has said she never intentionally or knowingly took a banned substance after USADA issued her a four-year ban.
Katie Compton has accepted a four-year ban after testing positive for a banned anabolic agent, USADA has announced.
Court of Arbitration for Sport reduces Russia's ban from Olympic events relating to doping scheme at 2014 Games to two years.
Does the COVID-19 era offer a doper’s dream or an avenue for the enhancement of anti-doping techniques?
Former Lance Armstrong manager insists that he's paid too high a price for his involvement in cycling's EPO era.
Texan refuses to get into war of words with Contador over 2009 Tour, but admits 'best man won'
USADA CEO says no-fault cases like Carl Grove's show how the anti-doping system needs to be overhauled and fixed.
Individual pursuit champion and world record holder found to have consumed meat contaminated with banned substance.
There is evidence suggesting an athlete could return a positive test after having taken the legal dose of the drug
Masters national mountain bike champion Jenna Blandford of Louisville, Kentucky, is handed four-year ban for a doping violation.
Matthew Fedoruk talks with VeloNews about USADA's oversight of amateur and masters cyclists.
Schmidt, of Ogema, Wisconsin, admitted to the use, attempted use, and possession of synthetic erythropoietin
Collegiate cyclist Luck voluntarily admits to doping violation to USADA and is cooperating in other ongoing anti-doping cases
For the first time, the UCI, CADF, and USADA will collaborate to conduct in- and out-of-competition drug testing
Testimony implicates Mario Zorzoli, the UCI’s chief medical officer, as having been complicit to doping during the sport’s darkest period
Testimony from Michael Rasmussen was pivotal to the investigation of former team doctor Geert Leinders
A new, independent report released by Cycling Canada indicates that there is no systemic culture of PED use in Canada
USADA CEO Travis Tygart speaks to Matthew Beaudin about the doping fight and trying to clean up the sport for good
Levi Leipheimer talks to VeloNews about his doping past and his current relationship with cycling
Hincapie said that someone from his gran fondo had reached out to “the appropriate governing body" regarding Armstrong, and had been given "the green light"
USA Cycling says that, under WADA code, Armstrong's lifetime ban prohibits him from riding in the USA Cycling-sanctioned gran fondo
Lance Armstrong may not, as previously reported, participate at the Gran Fondo Hincapie this weekend in Greenville, South Carolina
USADA CEO Travis Tygart discusses ethics, athletes' rights, and a path forward in the fight against doping
Garmin-Sharp's Ryder Hesjedal says his team has been forthcoming and honest, and that he's proud of its work to move cycling forward
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 former team manager is scheduled to appear in London for arbitration December 16-20
Some names have bubbled up from beneath the black ink in USADA's reasoned decision in the Armstrong case. But some remain hidden — for now
USADA chief says any discussion of a reduced ban for Lance Armstrong in "speculative" at this point
Outgoing WADA president John Fahey says it would be difficult for the Texan to have his doping case reopened
Ordered by a Texas judge to answer specific questions regarding his drug use, Lance Armstrong told VeloNews he would be open and honest
Retired German Andreas Klier, now a director at Garmin-Sharp, has accepted a 6-month suspension for use of PEDs, subsequent to July 21, 2005
U.S. track racer Madalyn Godby tested positive for Clenbuterol, and will lose competitive results from the 2013 Pan-Am Track Championships
Texan tells French newspaper that riders during his days in the saddle needed to dope in order to win cycling's most famous race
The USADA CEO says Pat McQuaid and cycling’s governing body are not doing all they can to establish a truth-telling process
USADA is asking questions about the former Postal Service management team and the UCI and USA Cycling are pointing at each other
The federal government has followed through on its pledge to join Floyd Landis in his whistleblower suit, naming Johan Bruyneel
Doping panel talks about the U.S. Postal Service investigation and the lack of change in cycling since the Armstrong report landed
The American anti-doping agency is collaborating with international agencies as its investigation deepens
USA Cycling announces RaceClean program that will increase in- and out-of-competition testing for amateurs and professionals
The U.S. government on Friday declared that it would pursue Floyd Landis' whistleblower case against Lance Armstrong, others
Ties to the Armstrong case go to the top reaches of the U.S. federal government and sources tell us the feds will decline
Lance Armstrong's USADA extension expires today and there is no indication that he will testify
The UCI president talks with VeloNews about independent drug testing, culture change, running for reelection, and Hein Verbruggen
In an exclusive interview, UCI president Pat McQuaid discusses anti-doping efforts, his controversial presidency, Armstrong, and more
USADA is in talks with Lance Armstrong, who has been granted a two-week extension to tell all
The procedural hearing is rescheduled for Friday in London
"This is another personal attack on Travis Tygart and the United States Anti-Doping Agency," said former USADA chief Terry Madden
After Lance Armstrong denied having attempted to make a $250,000 donation to USADA in 2004, Travis Tygart says he stands by his statement
We run through the key questions Armstrong addressed — or didn't — in the first portion of his confessional with Oprah Winfrey
Vaughters urges Armstrong to follow through on indication that he would testify to anti-doping authorities
USADA boss calls Armstrong's confession a start, compels him to testify under oath
The UCI's independent review panel as spoken out in opposition to the body, siding with WADA and USADA in outlining its terms
USADA's Tygart fears UCI has "has blindfolded and handcuffed" its so-called independent commission
If the former world champion tells all on Oprah, it might not open him to the legal or civil action many expect