Lance Armstrong's admission to Oprah Winfrey that he was a drugs cheat has thrown a sidelight on to the parallel endurance sport of distance running.
The French race's new wonder, Chris Froome begs comparison with Armstrong, but he rides to a different beat.
The saddest story I have ever heard about sport was told to me in November 2010 by a man who cheated to win the Tour de France, writes Paul Kimmage.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, is weighing whether to admit he used performance-enhancing drugs, The New York Times has reported.
Lance Armstrong has been stripped of his Tour de France titles and banned for life after the International Cycling Union ratified USADA's sanctions.
On the one hand Lance Armstrong could be utterly engaging, but on the other he would bully anyone who dared to speak against him.
Lance Armstrong's concession that he can't win his doping case finally allows the sport to move on, argues William Fotheringham.
Iconic US cyclist Lance Armstrong has been stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned for life for doping, the US Anti-Doping Agency said.
Lance Armstrong will be stripped of his titles and banned from competitive cycling after declining to fight doping accusations in the United States.
Bradley Wiggins has been crowned Britain's first Tour de France champion after helping team-mate Mark Cavendish secure a fourth consecutive stage win.
Bradley Wiggins virtually secured his maiden Tour de France victory after winning the penultimate stage-time trial of the race on Saturday.
The youthful Reinardt Janse van Rensburg is giving legs to Africa's Tour de France dreams, writes Richard Poplak.
Luxembourg's Frank Schleck says he will lodge a formal complaint for poisoning if analysis of his B sample confirms a positive banned substance test.
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.
Cadel Evans has two days in which to relaunch his yellow jersey bid but he seems resigned to missing out in the face of the formidable Sky team.
Bradley Wiggins tightened his grip on the yellow jersey with a Tour de France stage victory, heaping pressure on defending champion Cadel Evans.
Yellow jersey contender Andy Schleck has pulled out of this year's Tour de France due to injuries suffered in last week's Criterium du Dauphine race.
With two cyclists banned for doping, we are left to examine our own conclusions, wonder how it really feels to be Lance Armstrong.
Alberto Contador has to ponder his future as a professional cyclist after a two-year doping ban ruled him out of this year's Tour de France.
Cadel Evans -- the first Australian to win the Tour de France -- is to make a visit to Australia to celebrate his triumph with his compatriots.