The Lance Armstrong investigation is turning, turning in a widening gyre.
On the eve of the Tour de France, strong messages of a no-tolerance policy for doping.
Unless an official investigation is opened and pursued, the Landis email may wind up whistling in the dark.
A top pro throws a hissy fit over being suspended while a young prospect tries to commit suicide after testing positive
The test involved a rugby league player but obviously holds huge implications for professional cycling. Although the substance has been banned for two decades, there’s been no reliable test for it.
Reformed doper Joe Papp has shown the light for pro cyclists everywhere to mend their ways . . .
Spanish rider Eladio Jiménez Sanchez was suspended by the UCI after testing positive for EPO at last summer’s Volta a Portugal. Doping violations are as … Read more
Five years ago it was testosterone boosting. Last March it was blood boosting (EPO). Now Christian Pfannberger, a two-time Austrian champion, is banned for life. … Read more