- Former Giro winner Danilo Di Luca banned for life Updated: Dec-05-13 11:18 am
- Riis sells cycling team to Russian businessman Updated: Dec-02-13 1:48 pm
- 2015 Tour starts with short time trial in Utrecht Updated: Nov-28-13 6:29 am
- Medical condition investigated in cycling fatality Updated: Nov-26-13 1:07 pm
- Lance Armstrong settles $3M insurance lawsuit Updated: Nov-20-13 4:26 pm
- Ex-UCI president questions Armstrong's credibility Updated: Nov-19-13 9:37 am
- Armstrong lawsuit likely will go forward for some Updated: Nov-18-13 7:45 pm
- 7 Americans picked to help govern world cycling Updated: Nov-18-13 5:18 pm
- Armstrong: UCI head planned Tour doping cover-up Updated: Nov-18-13 2:03 pm
- Plans afoot for upgrade of northern Ariz. trails Updated: Nov-16-13 8:04 am
- Tougher bans for doping cheats approved by WADA Updated: Nov-15-13 1:44 pm
- WADA, cycling body unite on doping inquiry Updated: Nov-14-13 10:03 am
- Former pro cyclist launches diabetes foundation Updated: Nov-14-13 3:43 am
- Cycling, WADA have agreement on inquiry Updated: Nov-13-13 11:57 am
- AP Interview: Tygart says door open for Armstrong Updated: Nov-11-13 8:51 am
- Utrecht chosen for start of 2015 Tour de France Updated: Nov-08-13 5:42 am
- The rough road to 'Armstrong Lie' Updated: Nov-07-13 9:08 pm
- Learning from Lance: WADA to adopt new code Updated: Nov-07-13 1:10 pm
- Utah man pleads guilty to threatening Tygart Updated: Nov-05-13 5:32 pm
ROME - Former Giro d'Italia winner Danilo Di Luca has been banned from cycling for life following a third doping offense, joining Lance Armstrong as one of the highest profile riders to be kicked out of the sport.
LONDON - The cycling team with two-time Tour de France champion Alberto Contador on the roster has been bought by Russian businessman Oleg Tinkov.
PARIS - The 2015 Tour de France will begin with a short time trial around the Dutch city of Utrecht.
TUCSON, Arizona - Authorities in Tucson say a medical condition may have precipitated a collision in which a 59-year-old bicyclist was killed during a weekend race
AUSTIN, Texas - A day before he was scheduled to give sworn testimony about his use of performance-enhancing drugs, Lance Armstrong reached a settlement Wednesday with an insurance company that was seeking $3 million in performance bonuses it paid him from 1999 to 2001.
AMSTERDAM - Former UCI president Hein Verbruggen has questioned Lance Armstrong's credibility after the American rider implicated the Dutchman in covering up doping at the 1999 Tour de France.
WASHINGTON - A federal judge said Monday he probably won't dismiss all of the defendants from a False Claims Act lawsuit against cyclist Lance Armstrong and others.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado - The future of competitive cycling will have plenty of American input after seven riders and officials from the U.S. were chosen to fill nine spots on various UCI commissions.
Lance Armstrong claims former International Cycling Union president Hein Verbruggen instigated a cover-up of his doping at the 1999 Tour de France.
FLAGSTAFF, Arizona - Mountain bikers, horseback riders, rock climbers and hikers take note - a whole new look is coming to your favorite backyard playgrounds.
JOHANNESBURG - Drug cheats will be kept out of at least one Olympics after WADA doubled the ban for a first offense from two years to four, the key change to the global fight against doping in sports.
JOHANNESBURG - The World Anti-Doping Agency and cycling's governing body will work together to investigate the sport's dark doping past. Cycling's new leader said there should be "incentives" for some people to testify, raising the possibility of leniency for Lance Armstrong.
Phil Southerland conquered diabetes, a disease he'd been diagnosed with as an infant, to become one of the country's top cyclists by the time he graduated from high school.
JOHANNESBURG - Cycling's governing body and the World Anti-Doping Agency have an agreement on an independent commission to look into the sport's drug-stained past, and Lance Armstrong will be invited to take part, UCI President Brian Cookson told The Associated Press.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa - Lance Armstrong must cooperate fully if he wants to win back some of his reputation and help cycling recover from its drug-stained past, the head of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency said.
UTRECHT, Netherlands - Utrecht will host the start of the 2015 Tour de France, making it the sixth Dutch city to stage the "Grand Depart" of cycling's marquee race.
BEVERLY HILLS, California - When Alex Gibney set out to make a movie about cyclist Lance Armstrong's 2009 Tour de France comeback, the documentarian admits he bought into the hype: The man who'd cheated death was coming back to reign supreme - and clean.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa - Drawing hard lessons from the Lance Armstrong scandal, global anti-doping authorities are set to move into a new era with tougher sanctions, smarter testing and a new leader.
DENVER - A Utah man who sent an email threatening U.S. Anti-Doping Agency CEO Travis Tygart after USADA stripped Lance Armstrong of his Tour de France titles has agreed to a guilty plea that will not result in jail time if accepted by a judge.