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2 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider
At some point this summer Major League Baseball quietly banned EPO, the performance-enhancing drug of choice among many Olympians and cyclists, including Lance Armstrong, and it may have been because the drug was allegedly part of Alex Rodriguez' extensive doping regimen.
4 hrs ago | Cycling News
Despite the success of La Course by le Tour last weekend, former women's Tour de France champion Nicole Cooke says that there are still fewer opportunities in women's cycling than when she turned professional.
Race Preview: Fresh back from the Tour de France; Ed Hood gives us his thoughts on this Saturday's San Sebastian Classic.
Liars recent ones and those from way back are the subject of two documentaries on YES Docu this month.
THE AFL tribunal will decide the fate of Richmond big man Tyrone Vickery after the match review panel ruled his hit on Dean Cox was too severe for a routine penalty.
1984 - The Summer Olympics open in Los Angeles with a record 140 nations competing.
Vincenzo Nibali won the Tour de France on Sunday, becoming the first Italian in 16 years to triumph in cycling's greatest race by chiseling a lead over his main rivals a few seconds at a time and dominating them in the mountains.
A sports celebrity flunking a drug test normally is not big news -- just a sad sign of the times -- except when the sports celebrity happens to be a racehorse belonging to Britain's Queen Elizabeth.
But once a single person or a team in any sports cheats, it puts the pressure on every other team to do the same, or else suffer the consequences of falling behind those who are breaking the rules.
A crowd of cyclists participating in the annual SOS Colorado-Eagle River Ride push up a hill section of the ride early Saturday morning along the Colorado River Road past 4 Eagle Ranch.
On the heels of his major announcement that he'll be hosting afternoon drive solo on 106.7 The Fan, Chad Dukes had a brilliant phone call into the Junkies Thursday morning.
With the last day of the Tour de France usually uneventful as it relates to changes in the overall lead, Saturday marked the last realistic opportunity someone could catch Vincenzo Nibali.
Nibali , barring an astonishing and unprecedented turn of events, will win the 101st Tour's yellow jersey on Sunday evening after taking a lead of seven minutes 52 seconds to Paris, where the final stage is traditionally a procession, before being contested by the sprinters on the Champs-Elysees.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:44 am
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