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Australian sprinter Matt Goss has welcomed the report of an independent review into his Orica-GreenEDGE team's anti-doping processes.
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From left, spectators Mark Gong and Peter Myers encourage cyclist Lucas Sebastian Haedo during the Amgen Tour of California Stage 6 Time Trial, in San Jose, Calif.
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Calling it a "heartbreaking" decision, defending champion Ryder Hesjedal has pulled out of the Giro d'Italia after struggling to regain the form that led him to victory in 2012.
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Is it true that the childless don't give a damn for the planet or its future? That's the criticism historian Niall Ferguson recently aimed at the late economist John Maynard Keynes, who was bisexual, married and childless: "Keynes was a homosexual and had no intention of having children," the Harvard historian told a business conference in ... (more)
17 hrs ago | Cycling News
Just 41 seconds separate Cadel Evans from the overall lead at the Giro d'Italia as the race faces into a crucial Alpine doubleheader this weekend, but " maglia rosa " seems something of a taboo expression on his BMC team for now.
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The slender Montanan struck decisively on a 19.6-mile individual time trial designed by descendants of the Marquis de Sade and in the process all but won the Amgen Tour of California.
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I felt so sorry for him on Thursday's short stage to Treviso, it must have been one of the hardest days, emotionally and psychologically, that he has ever had to endure.
ASADA officials have travelled to the United States to pick the brain of the man who drafted the WADA code and helped crack the BALCO and Lance Armstrong doping cases.
The report by anti-doping expert Nicki Vance also said they should retain sport director Neil Stephens, who was involved in the infamous 1998 Festina Affair.
Britain's Mark Cavendish has won three of 12 stages at this year's Giro d'Italia. No one else has won more than one, but he's in 101st place overall, nearly two hours behind leader Vincenzo Nibali.
Three-time champion jockey Frankie Dettori says he "feels like Lance Armstrong" as he prepares for a return to action after a six-month drugs ban.
A commission of inquiry for the senate in France will soon be able to put names on the anti-doping samples taken during the 1998 Tour de France, Senator Jean-Jacques PS Lozach said on Wednesday.
Irishman Pat McQuaid's bid for a further term as president of cycling's world governing body has been endorsed by Switzerland.
Former WADA president Dick Pound has written a report for the World Anti-Doping Agency assessing the current state of drug-testing. It doesn't paint a pretty picture.