PARIS - France anti-doping agency president Pierre Bordry announced his resignation Friday after a five-year tenure in which he regularly clashed with Lance Armstrong and cycling officials.
GREENVILLE, S.C. - USA Cycling CEO Sean Petty says the sport's drug testing methods surpass all other major sports and have been effective at catching cheaters.
WATERLOO, Wis. - American bicycle manufacturer Trek will sponsor the new pro cycling team led by two-time Tour de France runner-up Andy Schleck.
MADRID - The chief doctor of Lance Armstrong's U.S.
MILWAUKEE - Athletic gear maker Nike and the bicycle maker that sponsors Lance Armstrong's racing team are cooperating with federal authorities investigating the seven-time Tour de France champion and others in cycling, spokesmen for both companies said Friday.
- Trek Bicycle cooperates in cycling investigation
- Doping scandal may hurt Lance Armstrong foundation
- Tour winner Contador signs with Saxo Bank team
- Landis quietly leaves Oregon cycling event
- Bruyneel: Bikes sold after Discovery deal ended
- Report: Cyclist LeMond subpoenaed
- Armstrong warns against doping 'witch hunt'
- World Cup win for Spain adds to sports status
- Bordry slams UCI's biological passport
- Tour of Missouri canceled amid budget woes