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Defence for Armstrong comes rolling in

In the wake of fresh doping allegations against Lance Armstrong, cycling's governing body and a former teammates had come to his defence.

US investigation into Tour de France doping claims

US' investigators interviewed French anti-doping officials as part of a probe into allegations of drug use by cyclists, including Lance Armstrong.

Disgraced cyclist Landis to stand tour for hacking

American Floyd Landis, who was stripped of his victory in the 2006 Tour de France for doping, has been ordered to stand trial for computer hacking.

UCI asks for probes on cyclists accused by Landis

Cycling's governing body said Wednesday that it has asked for probes to be carried out on four riders who have been accused of doping by Floyd Landis.

Landis claims may be Armstrong’s biggest test yet

To many, disgraced Tour de France champion Floyd Landis dipped to a new low last week when, after years of lying, he admitted to systematic doping.

Armstrong rejects new doping accusation

Lance Armstrong on Thursday dismissed accusations of doping levelled against him by disgraced cyclist Floyd Landis.

Landis admits doping, accuses Armstrong

Floyd Landis, who lost his Tour de France title after a positive drug test, has admitted to doping and accused Lance Armstrong of doing the same.

Judge issues arrest warrant for disgraced cyclist Landis

A French judge has issued an arrest warrant against American cyclist Floyd Landis for his suspected hacking into an anti-doping laboratory computer.

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