Lance Armstrong has come face-to-face with the whistleblower that he smeared as a "whore" and an alcoholic.
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Cycling has a tough process of soul-searching to get through if it is to restore its reputation, says the new UCI president.
Cycling Australia appointed Gerry Ryan as its new president, entrusting him with the job of restoring public faith.
The Eurosport cycling podcast is back as Scott O’Raw and John Galloway break down all the latest goings-on in the sport.
Lance Armstrong would need "a miracle" to get his lifetime ban from cycling re-examined, WADA president John Fahey said.
Lance Armstrong has said he will testify with "100 percent transparency and honesty" at any enquiry into doping in cycling.
The 2015 Tour de France will start in Utrecht, Netherlands, organisers of the world's biggest cycling race said on Friday.
Lance Armstrong believes he was treated unfairly and singled out for punishment after being banned for life.
Disgraced Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong has said he was wrong to use his fight against cancer to boost his image.
Mark Cavendish has revealed that an incident with a coffee machine was the tipping point that led him to leave Team Sky.
Mark Cavendish has revealed the unique and meticulous preparation that he undertakes pre-race to maintain his status as cycling's greatest sprinter.
Riders and managers who have been involved in past doping practices have been urged to come forward by Brian Cookson.
Shane Sutton believes that British Cycling needs to let their young track stars slow down and develop after an impressive performance at the World Cup.
Sir David Brailsford believes Jason Kenny's World Cup disappointment will serve as a valuable wake-up call that nothing can be taken for granted.
Laura Trott channelled her inner child and 'floored it' to come from behind and claim omnium gold at the Track World Cup.
Dani King says the world record-breaking British women's team pursuit want to be as fast as the men.
Team GB annihilated their own world record for the second time in one day to win gold at the UCI Track World Cup in Manchester.
Three-time Olympic champion Jason Kenny has vowed to release some anger at the Track World Cup in Manchester.
Shanaze Reade is adamant her decision to cross the pond will only help her as she hunts for BMX gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics.