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2 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
Most sports stars require expert timing to become masters of their craft, but few are as skilful when it comes to orchestrating their own retirement.
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7 hrs ago | Cycling News
Despite a concerted effort from USADA and others involved to keep the arbitration hearing of Johan Bruyneel, Pedro Celaya and Jose "Pepe" Marti under wraps, Cyclingnews understands that the London-based case began on Monday and has seen a number of key witnesses give evidence.
The legend that was cyclist Lance Armstrong continues to unravel, as new information from a whistleblower reveals a deeper level of deception than was previously known.
With one word, Lance Armstrong finally confessed to a cycling career built on performing-enhancing drugs, putting himself on a par with Canadian athlete Ben Johnson as the world's most notorious drugs cheat.
Trek Factory Racing's Hayden Roulston will be hoping to celebrate his 33rd birthday by joining elite company in next month's Calder Stewart national road cycling championships and win a fourth road title.
UCI president Brian Cookson stated today that the independent commission that will examine cycling's doping era will not be called "truth and reconciliation", and will be set to begin work early in 2014.
In an interview with ESPN the Magazine, defrocked cycling star Lance Armstrong said that - faced with widespread cheating in his sport - he would do it all over again and that authorities singled him out because of his contentious nature.
Lotto Belisol 2013 WorldTour Ranking: 18th/19 Win Count: 28 Top riders: Andr Greipel , Jurgen Roelandts , Jurgen Van Den Broeck Grade: B- Why mess with a good thing was the mindset heading into 2013 for Lotto Belisol .
Armstrong spoke with veteran journalist Joe Lindsey of Bicycling magazine in his Austin, Texas, home for almost two hours.
So begins the new film from Oscar-winning documentarian Alex Gibney about rise and fall of Lance Armstrong .
Sports books are a great Christmas buy. Andrew Alderson and Dylan Cleaver, two great devourers of the genre, offer 11 good reads for this year.
Retired Italian rider Roberto Gaggioli has backed up a claim by former New Zealand professional Stephen Swart that Lance Armstrong paid riders to throw races.
As the buzz around the PBS Frontline documentary and accompanying book League of Denial showed earlier this year, the blitz of hard-hitting sports journalism books shows no sign of abating.
Lachlan Morton came out of the pack to put forth a huge effort and win a stage in Utah.
"Black Nativity," a movie adaptation of Langston Hughesi 1961 gospel music oratorio, is playing in area theaters.