Wednesday Dec 4
Rapha teams up with Jan Ullrich
Ullrich, who was crowned 1997 Tour de France winner, was photographed on his 40th birthday on Monday in Rapha gear at a shop in Munich.
To Legalize Blood Doping, or Not to Legalize Blood Doping?
Culturally engineered heroes. A phrase I coined, which describes how we as a society place our perceptions, our brain crafted ideals and expectations, on a single human being, and/or, group of people, demanding that our heroic canons be exceeded with a halo and a torch.
Jan Ullrich, turning 40, at peace and remains silent on doping
Germany's only Tour de France winner, Jan Ullrich, turns 40 on Monday, insisting he has come to terms with his doping past.
Nominate: Most Improved Male Rider of the Year
In grade school, it was a consolation prize. "Most improved," they said, an excuse to give out more shiny medals so you or your classmates did not feel left out.
The Star Online
I was wrong to use cancer to boost image, says Armstrong
US Postal Service team rider and leader's yellow jersey holder Lance Armstrong of the U.S. and Deutsche Telekom team rider Jan Ullrich of Germany climb up to Luz-Ardiden during the 144.5km 14th stage of the Tour de France cycling race from Tarbes to Luz-Ardiden in the French Pyrenees in this July 22, 2001 file picture.