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Bullets in the post and football ties: What’s going on at the Volta a Portugal?

Portuguese domestic cycling is in a disastrous state.

Hunting for dopers at the Tour de France...

...in the drug-legal district of Copenhagen.

Martin and Pinot raise eyebrows over doping grey areas

Martin argues that the doping line can be crossed simply by taking an aspirin when you don't need one.

Majority of W52-FC Porto squad reportedly caught with banned drugs in anti-doping bust

The team were pulled from racing at the weekend as police descended in a major anti-doping operation.

Sports director reportedly arrested in Portuguese anti-doping operation

The 'clean test' operation involved 120 agents as houses were searched and substances and instruments were seized.

Taylor Phinney: There was a huge amount of opiate abuse in the peloton

"I had a cortisone injection, eventually, when I broke my leg and I was just flying ... and half of my leg didn’t work."

Running a doping program could soon be a criminal offense in the US

The fight against doping in the United States took a significant leap forward on Monday with the passage of a landmark bill through the U...

Two riders added to long list of doping suspensions from Vuelta a Costa Rica

Two Costa Rican cyclists have been provisionally suspended following positive tests from the 2019 edition of the lamentably notorious Vue...

Why an 'ethics of fairness' is a better way of looking at doping

As another decade in cycling begins with WorldTour doping investigations (Operation Aderlass) and news of Bjarne Riis returning to the Wo...

Russia banned from major sporting events for four years

WADA's has executive committee (ExCo) has unanimously endorsed the recommendation of the Compliance Review Committee (CRC) to declare Rus...

Freeman, Ex-Sky doctor to admit he 'told a lot of lies'

Former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman will tell a medical tribunal he "told a lot of lies" and ordered the banned su...

Where are they now: A Tyler Hamilton Interview

Tyler Hamilton was a loyal lieutenant within cycling’s most notorious team, an Olympic champion who gave his medal back, and the author o...

Retired sprint great Petacchi banned from cycling for two years

Retired Italian cyclist Alessandro Petacchi, winner of six Tour de France and 22 Giro d'Italia stages, has been suspended for two years f...

Doping: the scourge of Colombia's cycling talent production line

Bogota, Aug 23, 2019 (AFP) - Colombian cycling reached its zenith last month when pint-sized climber Egan Bernal became his country's fir...

WADA almost done analyzing Puerto samples but athletes will not be named

WADA's Intelligence and Investigations department is nearly finished a process of analyzing DNA and blood to identify numerous athletes i...

Two Austrian cyclists banned for doping in Operation Aderlass

Two Austrian cyclists were banned for four years on Thursday for being part of an international blood-doping ring involving multiple spor...

Two riders caught doping at New York gran fondo

Two riders have tested positive for EPO at the GFNY World Championship in New York, organisers announced on Tuesday. Colombian Felipe Men...

Another cyclist nabbed by Operation Aderlass

MTB racer Christina Kollmann-Forstner is the latest cyclist to be caught out by Operation Aderlass, the Austrian police investigation int...

Manzana Postobon triggers UCI's team suspension rule after second positive test

Colombian outfit Monzana Postobon faces a suspension of 15 to 45 days after triggering a UCI regulation that requires the suspension of a...

Pantano suspended after EPO positive

Trek-Segafredo has suspended Jarlinson Pantano after the 30-year-old Colombian was notified of an adverse analytical finding in an out-of...