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Saturday, July 18, 2015
A four-year doping ban served between 2006-10 has been both "a gift and a curse," controversial in-form American sprinter Justin Gatlin admitted Thursday.
Friday, July 17, 2015
Heat, doping and Armstrong cause Tour trouble
While the battle for the yellow jersey should be dominating thoughts ahead of Thursday's final Pyrenean stage, it has been doping, the heat and even Lance Armstrong hogging attention at the Tour de France
Thursday, July 16, 2015
Froome on guard following crushing victory
Chris Froome says his Sky team will be on their guard despite him putting his rivals to the sword in the first mountains stage at the Tour de France.
The World Anti-Doping Agency has urged organizers of the Pan Am Games and other large multi-sport events to follow the example of the International Olympic Committee and store samples for possible testing in the future.
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Basso cancer overshadows mountain battle
What should have been a day in which the Tour de France mountain battle occupied everyone's thoughts was overshadowed by the shock news Monday Ivan Basso has testicular cancer.
Monday, July 13, 2015
Vincenzo Nibali is making a patchy start to the defense of his Tour de France title, and if Saturday's eighth stage is anything to go by it may not get much better in the mountains.
England captain Alastair Cook said his new-look team had proved they "could compete with Australia" after they wrapped up a convincing win in the first Ashes Test with more than a day to spare.
Sunday, July 12, 2015
British rider Mark Cavendish won a sprint finish Friday for the 26th Tour de France stage victory of his career, while countryman Chris Froome retained the overall lead as he bids to win the race for a second time.
A cloud hung over the start of the eighth stage of the Tour de France in Rennes on Saturday following the first positive doping case in three years.
Tour de France confirms 1st doping case in three years
Saturday, July 11, 2015
Martin the 2nd Tour leader to pull out injured
The yellow jersey seems to be an unlucky charm at this Tour de France. German rider Tony Martin started Thursday's sixth stage in the lead and ended it in the hospital after breaking his collarbone in a crash that he caused near the finish line. He became the second race leader to pull out of the race, after Swiss rider Fabian Cancellara fractured two vertebrae in his lower back on Monday.
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