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Astarloza suspended for EPO
July 31, 2009 (20:53) [ Indexed from ]
Spaniard Mikel Astarloza- who ended 10th at last Tour de France- was imposed a temporary suspension by the International Cycling Union for positive drug test. More...
UCI gives Ricco 2-year ban for doping
July 31, 2009 (18:35) [ Indexed from ]
The International Cycling Union said Friday it had given Italian rider Riccardo Ricco a two-year worldwide ban for doping at the 2008 Tour de France. More...
Contador could leave Astana
July 31, 2009 (17:23) [ Indexed from ]
Spanish cyclist Alberto Contador is having talks with Astana's authorites as he intends to leave the team before the end of his contract, which is to expire next season. More...
Message for Armstrong?
July 29, 2009 (22:18) [ Indexed from ]
Spain president Rodriguez Zapatero met with Tour de France winner Alberto Contador and affirmed the cyclist does not have competition. More...
Contador clinches Tour de France
July 26, 2009 (18:48) [ Indexed from ]
The Spaniard rider took the title for the second time in career after stage 21, won by British Mark Cavendish. More...
Lance Armstrong's new team
July 23, 2009 (20:18) [ Indexed from ]
American cyclist Lance Armstrong, who is currently competing at Tour de France 2009, will race for Team RadioShak next year, as it was confirmed on his website. More...
Imprisonment for Armstrong's burglar
July 23, 2009 (18:27) [ Indexed from ]
A Sacramento man is facing a three-year prison term for stealing Lance Armstrong's bicycle while the seven-time Tour de France winner was competing in California. More...
No Tour for Valverde
July 23, 2009 (18:27) [ Indexed from ]
The Spaniard rider (Caisse d'Epargne) won't participate at the traditional tournament as a two-year suspension was imposed on him. More...
Di Luca tests positive
July 22, 2009 (19:37) [ Indexed from ]
Cycling's governing body has provisionally suspended Danilo Di Luca for testing positive for the banned blood-booster CERA. More...
Armstrong moves out of Astana
July 22, 2009 (19:37) [ Indexed from ]
Seven-time Tour winner and current second place American cyclist Lance Armstrong will announce Thursday the name of his team for next year. More...
Zakarin banned for doping
July 22, 2009 (19:37) [ Indexed from ]
Former European junior time-trial champion Ilnur Zakarin has been banned for doping along with two other Russian cyclists. More...
Contador takes over at Tour
July 22, 2009 (19:37) [ Indexed from ]
The Spaniard rider (Astana Team) had a wonderful day as he took stage 15 (207.5 km from Pontarlier to Verbier) and now he is atop at the Tour de France 2009. More...
Haussler takes stage 13
July 22, 2009 (19:37) [ Indexed from ]
The German rider claimed stage 13 (200 km from Vittel to Colmar), while Italian rider Rinaldo Nocentini remains atop at the Tour de France. More...
Tour's over for Leipheimer
July 22, 2009 (19:37) [ Indexed from ]
The American rider got his right wrist injured during stage 13 from Vittel to Colmar, will withdraw from Tour de France 2009. More...
Life suspension for Hamilton
July 22, 2009 (19:37) [ Indexed from ]
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) requested the Sports Arbitrary Committee to impose a life suspension on American cyclist Hamilton for drug use. More...
Blood tests for riders at Tour
July 22, 2009 (19:37) [ Indexed from ]
Cycling's governing body says all 180 riders expected to start the Tour de France -- plus one -- have undergone planned pre-race blood tests. More...
Kohl admits drug dealing
July 22, 2009 (19:37) [ Indexed from ]
The former cyclist, who was banned for using a blood-booster last year, admitted giving drugs to other athletes, such as triathlete Hannes Hempel. More...
Armstrong's dream
July 22, 2009 (19:37) [ Indexed from ]
Astana American cyclist Lance Armstrong affirms he wishes to win next Tour de France, a tournament where he has been champion seven times. More...
Doping tests on Lance at Tour
July 22, 2009 (19:37) [ Indexed from ]
Armstrong is set for the start of the three-week race Saturday in Monaco, and AFDL president Pierre Bordry says his drugs testers will treat Armstrong like any other rider. More...
Stagurskaya dies in road accident
July 22, 2009 (19:37) [ Indexed from ]
Former road race world champion Zinaida Stagurskaya has been killed after being hit by a car while training in her native Belarus. More...
Lance's new role at Tour de France
July 22, 2009 (19:37) [ Indexed from ]
Seven-time champion Lance Armstrong will return to Tour de France in the unfamiliar role of support rider after Astana team chose 2007 winner Alberto Contador as leader for the race. More...


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