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CAS court rejects Bora-hansgrohe’s appeal against Sagan’s Tour de France disqualification

Troyes, France (CT) – Finally issuing its ruling two days after the Bora-hansgrohe team appealed Peter Sagan’s disqualification from the ...

Could a court appeal see Peter Sagan reinstated to the Tour de France? His team is hoping so

Troyes, France (CT) - Remaining dissatisfied over what it considers to be the unfair disqualification of its rider Peter Sagan from the T...

Four years after USADA's Reasoned Decision, Bruyneel appeal to CAS underway in Switzerland

Four years — almost to the day — after the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency released its Reasoned Decision detailing evidence of doping activities...

US track cyclist Bobby Lea wins appeal, will be eligible for Olympic Games

Through a decision by the Court of Arbitration of Sport, U.S. track cyclist Bobby Lea successfully appealed his 16-month suspension down ...

WADA director general Howman believes prison terms for doping would be big deterrent

It’s a statement that will be greeted by some, but criticised by others. WADA director general David Howman has said that time behind bar...

UCI and WADA terminate CAS appeal concerning Kreuziger’s biological passport

Due to defend their case against Roman Kreuziger next week, the UCI and WADA have instead announced that they are dropping their appeals ...

Ballan aiming for possible August return after CAS reduces doping suspension

He was handed a two year ban from cycling in January 2014 but following a successful appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, former...

US Postal doping affair: CAS sets dates for cases involving Bruyneel, Martí and Celaya

It’s been a full eight months since WADA announced that it would appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in an attempt to secu...

Kreuziger case: UCI contradicts Tinkoff Saxo team assertion that it hasn’t filed documentation

The UCI has answered claims by Tinkoff Saxo team manager Stefano Feltrin that it and WADA are responsible for the delays in Roman Kreuzig...

The Week in Bike #48 - Grossly Disproportionate

A week of big announcements and bigger reactions. Is it the same old story in cycling, or is the UCI successfully threading needle betwee...

UCI wants ban of between two to four years for Kreuziger, loss of results from March 2011

The Court of Arbitration for Sport confirmed Tuesday that it had initiated a procedure filed by the UCI and WADA against the clearing of ...

WADA and UCI both appeal Roman Kreuziger biological passport case to CAS

Both the World Anti Doping Agency and the UCI have decided to fight the decision taken last month by the Czech Olympic Committee to clear...

SAIDS confirms that deadline for appeal in Impey probenecid case has not yet passed

Although over a month has elapsed since an anti-doping tribunal in South Africa cleared Daryl Impey in relation to his positive test, it ...

End to national federations judging their own athletes as UCI announces new anti-doping tribunal

The risk of any national cycling federations or anti-doping organisations showing bias towards athletes in disciplinary processes have ev...

No Vuelta for Kreuziger as CAS upholds provisional suspension

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has blocked Roman Kreuziger’s hopes of riding the Vuelta a España, deciding Wednesday that his a...

Kreuziger’s CAS hearing against suspension taking place, decision later today

With the clock ticking down to the Vuelta a España, Roman Kreuziger will learn Wednesday if he will be given a green light to take part i...

Katusha wins CAS appeal over World Tour exclusion

PARIS, Feb 15, 2013 (AFP) - Russian cycling team Katusha has won its appeal to the the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to be reinsta...