Armstrong's life ban will be revisited only if he confesses under oath and tells anti-doping authorities all he knows about doping activities
WADA director says Armstrong case is example of the need for non-analytical investigation in anti-doping efforts
WADA chief John Fahey and Change Cycling Now backer Jaimie Fuller express concern over independence of UCI's 'independent commission'
USADA's success in the Armstrong Affair shows that "we can achieve outcomes," said WADA's Fahey. "We can bring things through to a point where these cheats are exposed."
Dick Pound says the revelations from the Armstrong Affair are also "immensely embarrassing" to the UCI, which ostensibly is in charge of cycling
The UCI and WADA will meet this weekend in Montreal to address the Armstrong Affair
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme has called the MPCC's approach as "the future" for the sport
Cycling's global governing body makes moves to bolster sagging credilibity
Bradley Wiggins recounts his winning time trial of the 2012 Tour de France
AIGCP president Jonathan Vaughters calls for ProTeams to fund their own WADA-managed anti-doping program, one with no ties to the UCI