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.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - A drug that mimics EPO as a way to help patients with kidney problems is in the late stages of development, one in an long list of new pharmaceuticals that anti-doping authorities are monitoring as they struggle to keep sports clean.
LONDON - The World Anti-Doping Agency has widened the net on performance-enhancing drugs by creating a new class of banned substances that includes drugs sold on the black market before approval by the pharmaceutical industry.
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.
PARIS - The head of France's anti-doping agency is ready to collaborate fully with a U.S.
- Trek to sponsor Schleck-led cycling team
- Doc for Armstrong's USPS team denies doping claims
- Trek, Nike cooperating in cycling investigation
- Trek Bicycle cooperates in cycling investigation
- Report: Former Armstrong teammate alleges drug use
- 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
- WADA aims to catch dopers with drug makers' help
- Astana cycling team on the brink after new demands