Nov 5, 2012
UCI probing Olympic cycling champ's alleged bribe to fix 2010 race
Kazakhstan's Alexander Vinokourov of team Astana, left, shakes hands with Russian Alexander Kolobnev of team Katusha on the podium at the end of the 96th edition of the one day cycling race Liege-Bastogne-Liege, 258 km from Liege to Ans, on April 25, 2010.
Italian paper prints emails supporting charge that Alexandre Vinokourov bought 2nd Liege
An Italian newspaper has published emails that appear to back previous allegations that retired Olympic cycling champion Alexander Vinokourov paid off a rival to win his second LiA ge-Bastogne-LiA ge in 2010.
Indecision sinks the Spanish armada at the worlds
With Philippe Gilbert riding away with the rainbow jersey, Alejandro Valverde kept looking back.
Tour de France News
When Alexander Vinokourov latched onto the back wheel of Rigoberto Uran to make a two-man break with 10 kilometers to go in the Olympic Men's Road Race, and then launched a mostly uncontested sprint to hold off the young Colombian for the win, it turned the race into something more than a competition.
Menchov Can Vanquish Tour Nightmare at Olympics - Coach
Russian rider Denis Menchov can still fight for a medal in the Olympic road race despite his poor showing in the Tour de France, Russia's head coach told R-Sport on Sunday.