Justice may be served if Andy Schleck winds up with the 2010 Tour de France title.
This year’s Giro d’Italia established a new “post-doping era” baseline, but can the Tour de France live up to the Giro’s example?
Reading between the lines yields a sense that the Armstrong case is getting closer to “official” (i.e., legal) status.
Unless an official investigation is opened and pursued, the Landis email may wind up whistling in the dark.
Giro may be so clean that the squeaky you hear won’t be the riders’ bearings!
Our continuing roundup of cycling’s sad and seamy side . . .
Doping scandals aplenty, Velo News reports. They’re taking another look at 2008 Giro d’Italia samples for CERA, undetectable previously but now testable. The same may … Read more
The French and the UCI are fighting again … bring out the Ritalin! UCI fires back at French anti-doping authority accusations: Did not! Did not … Read more
Team Astana, including stars Lance Armstrong and Alberto Contador, got preferential treatment when it came to drug testing, two leading French newspapers have reported (linked … Read more
About that “Pure Tour” of 2009? It’s getting closer to dirty. Spaniard Mikel Astarioza’s breakaway seemed unreal on the 16th stage. Now it seems it … Read more