7 hrs ago | Northwestern University
There's an old adage: "If you ain't cheating, you ain't trying." Whoever developed that idea not only lacked a sense of morality, but also lacked respect for sports.
11 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
Levi Leipheimer of Santa Rosa says he retired from professional cycling when his six-month ban for doping violations ended March 1 and he was unable to sign with a new team.
16 hrs ago | Cycling News
Levi Leipheimer has confirmed to reporters in California that he is indeed retired after his six month ban for doping violations was completed on March 1. His contract with Omega Pharma-Quickstep was terminated in the fallout of the US Anti-Doping Agency's release of its full dossier of evidence in the case against Lance Armstrong.
20 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
You can do it without flashing people. A-line or wider styles work best. Equip your bike with a skirt guard or fashion a garter out of a headband and safety pin.
Yesterday | Merinews
Three Rajasthan Royals players, Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan have been charged with spot fixing in IPL 2013.
Thomas De Gendt with Team Vacansoleil-DCM, leads the pack just ahead Jason MCartney with the Bissell Pro Cycling Team of USA as they sprint through Pt.
Australian sprinter Matt Goss has welcomed the report of an independent review into his Orica-GreenEDGE team's anti-doping processes.
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.
DISGRACED Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong has become a permanent fixture on the Newcastle cycling scene after former fans donated hundreds of copies of his autobiography to make into an unusual artwork.
JAMES TARANTO: President Asterisk: Why the Obama IRS scandal may be worse than "a cancer on the presidency." "No one can deny that Lance Armstrong and Mark McGwire were highly skilled athletes.
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)
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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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.
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.