A paradox: being honest about cheating.
A few years back I wrote a book about cheating in sport. It was not intended to be, nor capable of being, encyclopaedic. We should all cherish the rainforests.
Bruyneel banned for life by CAS as former Armstrong team manager admits regrets over certain actions
Lance Armstrong's former team manager Johan Bruyneel has been handed a lifetime ban from cycling by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) for his involvement in the doping conspiracy.
A judge has ruled that Lance Armstrong's former manager Johan Bruyneel must repay $1.2 million (£930,000/€1 million) to the Federal Government after the doping scheme at the US Postal cycling team.
Liam Morgan: Chris Froome and how suspicion continues to be prevailing response to sporting greatness
The level of suspicion which accompanies magnificent sporting feats these days was there for all to see after Chris Froome’s performance during a dramatic 19th stage of the Giro d’Italia.
The Spanish Cycling Federation hired doping doctor Michele Ferrari and arranged erythropoietin (EPO) for its track cyclists competing in the 1996 Olympics, according to a report in the Spanish newspaper El Pais.
More than 50 witnesses are expected to be called to testify at the civil lawsuit trial against disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has vowed to host a special screening of the Netflix documentary, Icarus, which exposes revelations about Russian doping at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics and elsewhere.
Armstrong critical of Sunday Times journalist who brought him down after gives character reference for convicted sex abuser
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has hit out at one of the journalists who was involved in exposing his doping, after it emerged that Irishman David Walsh has given a character reference for a convicted paedophile.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has provisionally suspended the accreditation of the Paris laboratory.
Colorado Classic organisers have cancelled a partnership with Lance Armstrong’s podcast following concerns from the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).
Nominations for candidates for the Presidency of the International Cycling Union (UCI) will officially close today, marking the formal start of a three-month campaign that will culminate at September's Congress in Bergen.
I’d like to introduce you to my latest venture. A podcast series that you can find here entitled Citizens of Sport, with the first one being with one of the most polarising figures in world sport – Lance Armstrong.
A start date of November 6 has been set for the civil lawsuit trial against shamed cyclist Lance Armstrong.
A federal judge has ruled a civil lawsuit against cyclist Lance Armstrong will proceed to a trial, after denying his legal team’s request to throw the case out of court.