The members of an independent commission that will probe cycling's doping past since the Lance Armstrong scandal have been named.
Former head of world cycling Hein Verbruggen has angrily rejected claims from Lance Armstrong that he helped cover up a positive drug test.
Kenya has named a task force to probe doping allegations, a day before the distance running giant was to receive criticism at an anti-doping summit.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has said he will testify with "100% transparency and honesty" at any independent enquiry into doping in cycling.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, who is banned from most competitive sports for life, will take part in a regional swimming championship in Texas.
China's anti-doping head has said he was "shocked" after an anti-doping agency alleged the country produces large amounts of illegal substances.
Don't be fooled: the only thing choking up Lance Armstrong is the string of lawsuits he has to settle. But he'll recoup through Oprah's redemption.
Lance Armstrong could lose more than his ravaged reputation if he confesses to doping this week during a television interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Lance Armstrong will discuss the doping scandal that dramatically brought down his cycling career during an interview with Oprah Winfrey next week.
Spanish cyclist Roberto Heras has reclaimed his crown for the 2005 Tour of Spain after the Supreme Court overturned a positive doping test.
Cyclists who dope themselves with EPO may not gain any performance advantage even though they are putting their health at risk, scientists said.
Former professional cyclist Malcolm Lange claims in his new book he spent most of his career racing domestically after escaping Europe's doping trend.
Top South African cyclist, David George, has admitted taking the banned drug EPO and is prepared to face the consequences.
One of South Africa's foremost cyclists, David George, has tested positive for the banned EPO drug and faces a charge of doping.
Sportswear company Skins is suing cycling's governing body for $2-million, claiming brand damage for backing the sport.
In an email this week, the Lance Armstrong team member outright dismisses doping himself but talks about the culture of peer pressure that existed.
On the one hand Lance Armstrong could be utterly engaging, but on the other he would bully anyone who dared to speak against him.
Frank Schleck of Luxembourg has pulled out of the Tour de France and spent several hours in a police station in France after failing a doping test.