2 hrs ago
Hofland, Kelderman reviving hopes for scandal-weary Dutch
Paris-Nice stage winner Moreno Hofland is one rider among a group of young Dutch professionals reviving the hopes of the scandal-weary country.
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19 hrs ago
Inside the mind of sport's most delusional man
COULD Lance Armstrong be any more delusional? The world's most famous drug cheat still seems to think we should remember him as a seven-time Tour de France champion.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Demetriou's goals can't shadow some big misses
ROB SHAW says: BEFORE everyone gets carried away with gushing tributes, let's not forget Andrew Demetriou was the man in charge while Melbourne tanked, Essendon doped, Adelaide overpaid and, most unforgivably, Meatloaf sang.
Barry Bonds, avid cyclist and cycling investor
I'll be posting my column on Barry Bonds return to the Giants' fold soon. But here's something I didn't include in the column.
Gallery: Bissell Development Team rebuilding in 2014
New sponsorship and team kits may be the most notable changes for Axel Merckx's Bissell Development Team this year, but the squad is also bringing in nine new riders to the 14-man Continental team roster that will compete in North America and Europe during the upcoming season.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Ashley Olsen dated Lance Armstrong until his handlers told him to end it, new book claims
Lance Armstrong and Ashley Olsen dated briefly back in 2007, when witnesses saw them "making out all night" at the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York City.
Major Biopics Coming
Some of your favorite people or not so favorite people may be given life on the big screen soon.
Mars Hill Cycling Team screens Lance Armstrong documentary
The Armstrong Lie chronicles cyclist Lance Armstrong's highly publicized fall from grace in one of the greatest deceptions in sports history.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Revealed! Lance Armstrong defied agent to date actress Ashley Olsen
New book Cycle of Lies reveals disgraced cyclist pursued romance with young actress Ashley Olsen in 2007 despite manager's warning that it could damage the identity of his cancer foundation Long before Lance Armstrong fell from grace after admitting to brazenly having used performance-enhancing drugs to succeed in professional cycling with no fear ... (more)
Bracelets Can Detect Chemical Exposures
The next wave of wrist wear might act as a fashionable archive of your exposure to everything from caffeine to pesticides Silicone in wristbands absorbs chemicals.
Pittsburgh companies headed to South By Southwest festival
Hoping to break out as the life of tech's biggest annual party, aspiring Steel City tech titans are going Lone Star.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
NFL Trade Rumors: Teams want Davin Joseph?
According to Dan Pompei , "other teams believe guard Davin Joseph could also be had in a trade .
Lance Armstrong auctions off 1970 classic convertible that...
Alleged Bitcoin founder flees reporters in car chase before DENYING everything: Ex-defense contractor accused of sitting on $657M fortune says he's never even heard of digital currency Dwarfed by the biggest cruise liner in the world: Incredible pictures of Queen Mary 2 captain perching on the front of his vast ship Can these jeans give you a ... (more)
Team SmartStop(R) Pro Cycling Announces 2014 Cyclists; Hires Michael Creed as Director
The Team SmartStopA Pro Cycling is returning this season after successfully completing the transition from a criterium focused team to stage race program.
Armstrong 'told to dump Olsen twin'
DISGRACED cyclist Lance Armstrong's minders told him to dump the much-younger Ashley Olsen to protect his image, a new book reveals.
New book releases: March
March 4: Panic by Lauren Oliver. Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson. Uganda Be Kidding Me by Chelsea Handler.
Wiggins wants to play key role for Froome at Tour de France
Bradley Wiggins has said that he still has "unfinished business" with the Tour de France but reiterated that he is happy to play a supporting role for defending champion Chris Froome in the Sky team at this year's race.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Appeals court agrees to review Armstrong case
A Texas appeals court has temporarily blocked an arbitration panel from reviewing $12 million in bonuses paid to Lance Armstrong by a company that wants its money back, stopping efforts to force him to give new sworn testimony about his doping past.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
St. Petersburg Times
Cowboys restructure Romo contract
The Cowboys are close to getting under the salary cap after restructuring the contracts of QB Tony Romo , LB Sean Lee and CB Orlando Scandrick .
Froome hopes for end to doping saga
Tour de France champion Chris Froome wants an investigation into cycling's doping history to finally close an era dominated by Lance Armstrong.