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No winner in Tour de France in Armstrong era: UCI


The 1999-2005 Tour de France races will have no winners attributed to them, embattled world cycling officials announced Friday, ordering doping-tainted icon Lance Armstrong to repay his prize money.

Honour culture limits drug scandals: Woods

Tiger Woods Wednesday suggested golf's culture of honour reduced the chances of a Lance Armstrong-style doping scandal, despite a comparatively light drugs testing regime.

The American great, speakin

Armstrong doctor plays down doping in book

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The Italian sports doctor accused of playing a key role in Lance Armstrong's elaborate doping programme has played down his links to the disgraced US rider in a new book, a report said today.


WADA chief says 'everybody doped' in Armstrong era


World Anti-Doping Agency chief John Fahey said today that "everybody doped" in cycling during the Lance Armstrong era and the sport's administrators at the time should take some


Federal agents crucial in snaring Armstrong: UCI


As world cycling chiefs look to a future after Lance Armstrong, one man was singled out for special praise by the International Cycling Union (UCI): special agent Jeff Novitzky.

Novitzky was already

Armstrong facing big financial hit over doping ban


World cycling's decision to strip Lance Armstrong of his record seven Tour de France wins could cost the shamed US rider millions, amid calls for tougher action to restore the sport's shattered image.

UCI meets to decide Armstrong’s fate on Monday

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The fate and legacy of global cycling icon Lance Armstrong could take a decisive turn when the International Cycling Union (UCI) meets to decide on the American's spectacular fall from grace here Mond

Livestrong no more Armstrong's dream


Already an outcast in cycling after a massive doping report, Lance Armstrong absorbed hits much closer to home Wednesday: to his wallet and his heart.

Armstrong was dumped by Nike, Anheuser-Busch and

Even fans believe Armstrong doped


Even Lance Armstrong's most die-hard fans are beginning to accept that their hero cheated his way to seven Tour de France victories after he stepped down as head of his Livestrong foundation and was d

USADA action on Armstrong 'appropriate', says WADA

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The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has again thrown its support behind US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) which released a lengthy report with evidence to prove cyclist Lance Armstrong used performance en

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