UCI hid Lance Armstrong dope test, says new chief Cookson
UCI hid Lance Armstrong dope test, says new chief Cookson

Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong would not have won seven Tour de France titles without receiving favourable treatment from the International Cycling Union (UCI), the current head of the world governing body said on Monday.

USADA boss urges prosecution of ex-UCI chiefs
USADA boss urges prosecution of ex-UCI chiefs

US Anti-Doping Agency chief Travis Tygart says he is ready to assist in pursuing prosecution of former cycling chiefs accused in a new report of shielding Lance Armstrong from doping charges.

USADA chief rejects Lance Armstrong witch-hunt claim
USADA chief rejects Lance Armstrong witch-hunt claim

 The US anti-doping chief Wednesday dismissed accusations of a "witch hunt" against Lance Armstrong and said he was delighted with reforms aimed at cleaning up cycling.

USADA chief rejects Lance Armstrong `witch-hunt` claim
USADA chief rejects Lance Armstrong `witch-hunt` claim

The US anti-doping chief Wednesday dismissed accusations of a "witch hunt" against Lance Armstrong and said he was delighted with reforms aimed at cleaning up cycling.

Golf players to be schooled on Olympic Games' anti-doping policy
Golf players to be schooled on Olympic Games' anti-doping policy

Golfers who are policed by an anti-doping code on the PGA Tour that is viewed by critics as too opaque will have to adapt to a much more transparent programme if they qualify to compete at the 2016 Olympic Games.

USADA set to reveal list of `edited` names included in Armstrong`s investigation

The United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) is reportedly prepared to reveal the list of the 37 `edited` names included in its investigation of tarnished cyc list Lance Armstrong to the independent commission created to look into the sport`s murky past.

Sprinter Tyson Gay`s B sample positive, fails another test

"We can confirm that the `B` sample analysis of a sample collected from Mr. Gay has been completed and that the `B` sample analysis has confirmed the `A` sample findings," USADA chief executive Travis Tygart said.

Lance Armstrong faces $3m lawsuit for fraud

In a latest addition to the numerous legal challenges for Lance Armstrong, the disgraced cyclist has been slapped with a three million dollar-lawsuit claiming fraud, unjust enrichment and breach of contract by an insurance company.

Lance Armstong refuses to help USADA clean up cycling

Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong failed to meet anti-doping investigators before his Wednesday deadline, turning down the opportunity to help the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) in their bid to clean up the much-maligned sport of cycling.

Livestrong, USADA react to Armstrong confession

There’s been a lot of mixed reactions to cyclist Lance Armstrong’s confession, admitting that he had taken performance enhancing drugs to win his seven Tour de France titles, with many feeling the apology bit of it was very sketchy.

Lance Armstrong offered donation to USADA: Reports

US Anti-Doping Agency chief Travis Tygart has claimed that a representative of Lance Armstrong had offered them a donation of USD 2,50,000 back in 2004.