May 18, 2009 - Valverde to start Catalunya
May 15, 2009 - Valverde not welcome in Denmark
May 14, 2009 - Spanish federation wants proof in Valverde case
May 13, 2009 - Spanish Olympic Committee defends Valverde
May 12, 2009 - Valverde responds to sanction
May 11, 2009 - Italian tribunal delivers Valverde two-year suspension
May 8, 2009 - Valverde case: Italian Olympic Committee defends Torri
May 7, 2009 - Valverde to take legal action against CONI prosecutor
May 5, 2009 - WADA and Spanish federation join CONI and UCI on Valverde
May 1, 2009 - International Cycling Union joins in on Valverde's hearing in Italy

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May 29, 2009 - French authorities summon Landis and Baker
September 28, 2008 - Landis takes case to US federal court
September 10, 2008 - Landis signing with current Health Net-Maxxis team for 2009
July 1, 2008 - CAS delivers final blow to Landis legal challenge
June 30, 2008 - Landis loses final appeal
June 28, 2008 - Landis decision due Monday
March 12, 2008 - Landis' judgment day nears
October 21, 2007 - Landis files appeal with CAS
October 18, 2007 - AFLD takes another look at Landis case
Thursday, October 11 - Landis continues fight, appeals to CAS
Saturday, September 22 - UCI officially names Pereiro 2006 Tour champion, Landis case raises issues
Friday, September 21 - Landis' appeal denied, two year suspension levied

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October 4, 2008 - New ASO chief to maintain values
September 26, 2008 - UCI declares peace, appoints new VP
August 30, 2008 - UCI re-signs five ProTour races
August 22, 2008 - ProTour: Bouncing back or lame duck?
August 19, 2008 - Stapleton analyses 'world calendar'
August 18, 2008 - Feedback on 'world calendar'
August 18, 2008 - UCI announces 'world calendar'

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News feature: Freiburg report details cycling's dark side
Astana's Giro chances: Astana versus Italy
News feature: Ivanov grabs his Amstel at last
Paris-Roubaix: In the eye of the storm
Flanders: Boonen wants face-off with Pozzato
'Pippo' Pozzato marks 2009's first win on eve of Flanders
Sanremo: Cavendish came and conquered
Milano-Sanremo: Aussie intervention in la Classicisima
Milano-Sanremo: King Armstrong holds court in Milan's Castello Sforzesco
Tour of California: Who can beat Levi in the Solvang time trial?
Tour of California: Cali-climb-ication
Tour of California: Preparing for the big show
Astana: Adopting the Californian way
Stuart O'Grady: Can O'Grady three-peat in the Tour Down Under?
André Greipel: Unlucky Tour Down Under blow
Oscar Pereiro: The other big comeback
Lance Armstrong: All I wanna do is have some fun

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Tour de France: German broadcasters have tough choice
Track: US track talents storm Europe
Astana 2009 Preview: A winning formula once again?
The 2008 season: Biggest moments, part two
The 2008 season: Biggest moments, part one
Garmin launch: Winning is the word
The new kids on the block
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Brad McGee: Last ride
Sean Kelly: RAF challenge
Giro di Lombardia: Soloing for the win
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'Cross feature: North American season bigger than ever
World Championships - Spanish armada cruising for Freire
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Tales from the start ramp: BMX awaits Olympic destiny
Olympics: Danish track turnaround
Carlos Sastre: Champion with heart
Olympic Games: The Road to Success
Racing in China: The last frontier?
The week that was: Tour kicks off as contracts are signed
Procycling: In search of Abdoujaparov
MTB news feature: Great Divide racers get second option
USA Cycling president Mark Abramson: The era of the collegian
The anatomy of bike position: Steve Hogg talks you through bike set-up
Nürnberger women's team: Planning a big year
Team Type 1: Racing for a healthy life
Paris-Roubaix Favourites: Mud or dust: Who's got the legs?
Riders preview Roubaix parcours: A photo gallery
Making the grade: Deciding Tour de Georgia invites
Flanders Favourites: Who will win?
The Hellingen of the Ronde Van Vlaanderen 2008
Vlaanderen: At the heart of Flanders
Harelbeke's E3 Prijs: CSC plays its cards
Milano-Sanremo: Sprinters foiled in La Classicissima
Marco Polo's journey: Stepping up a gear
Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne: Quick Step back in business
Het Volk: Gilbert: Doing it the Merckxian way
Marco Polo's journey: Part I - The early years
Sierra Grade: The beast of San Jose
Bissell: How they prepared for the Tour of California
Health Net: Quality versus quantity
Toyota United: Pre-season camp in Solvang
Tour of California photo feature: Teams hit the road for a pre-competition training ride
Team High Road presentation
La Française des Jeux: Team presentation
Jonathan Vaughters: Captaining the Slipstream ship
'L'Etape' Down Under: A sea of ochre
Tour Down Under: All the way to the top
Quick Step: Rolling in Spain
Gerolsteiner: Quality over quantity
Euskaltel-Euskadi: Team work!
Milram: New Identity
Caisse d'Epargne: Regularity rules
Team Slipstream/Chipotle presents 'The New Face of American Cycling'
Cofidis team launch 2008
Rasmus Damsgaard: The man with the (anti-doping) plan
On track: Malaysia aims for Olympic glory
Euro 'Cross Camp: Promising young Americans go abroad
News feature: Armstrong: Contador is the best
News feature: Bjarne's next battle
Exposed: CERA's shadow casts doubt
News feature: Cheers, tears as Meares claims top honour
Walsh's view: The politics of anti-doping
Lance Armstrong: Looking for balance
The last half: A review of the ProTour teams' seasons: part one, part two,
Slow fuse ignites Prudhomme's third Tour
Team Garmin: Work is a four-letter word – part 2
Team Garmin: Work is a four-letter word – part 1
Damiano Cunego: A third Giro di Lombardia
Ghisallo: The Patron Saint of Cycling
Pat McQuaid: Ongoing battle for cycling's governing body
Rahsaan Bahati: Paving the way
ProTour 2011: AIGCP President Boyer raises questions
Lance Armstrong responds to testing times
News feature: American MTB series reinvented
News feature:Armstrong addresses industry
News feature: Armstrong still heading Down Under?
News feature: McQuaid pleased with peace deal
Scientists debate over Armstrong data
Texan cowboy riding back into action?
Katusha aims big for 2009
News feature: North American peloton in flux (part 2)
News feature: North American peloton in flux
Feedback given to UCI world cycling calendar announcement
News feature: US national racing calendar problems persist
News feature: Mechanics support US Team
Board talk: Olympic track event preview
Beijing Olympics: Will poor air quality mean poor performance?
News feature: Tour of California heads to Palomar
News feature: UCI unhappy with ProTour rejection
News feature: Sport reacts to ProTour meltdown
News feature: ProTour heading East?
News feature: CAS delivers final blow to Landis
A review of the ProTour teams' season to date
High Road's Stapleton on Columbia future
Garmin-Chipotle: Cycling's new deal
News feature: Great Divide racers get second option
News feature: Support and criticism for Boonen
Does Dauphiné success guarantee Tour victory?
News feature: McQuaid reacts to ASO decision
News feature: Tour de France sanctioned by FFC
News feature: Mid-season review, Part one, part two, part three, part four
News feature: Major Taylor monument unveiled
Henninger: The latest German victim
News feature: Innocently guilty? The Petacchi case
News feature: Road rage crash shocks Sydney
News feature: Valverde's Real objectives still to come
News feature: Scheldeprijs: Victory stolen on the line
Trek, LeMond at loggerheads
Team CSC: The best was not enough
Roubaix News: Boonen and Devolder lead team into hell
News feature: Symmetrics feeling the financial pinch
News feature: Ronde winner a Tour contender?
News feature: Cape Epic: A day in the life
News features: McQuaid warns of rival federation
Radio nowhere: Lefevere wants to keep in touch
News feature: Boyer in the line of fire
News feature: California accident
News feature: Women's North American racing improves
News feature: Boonen & Bettini ready for spring campaign
News feature: Dark clouds over 2008 season
News feature: Did the Vuelta's date change hurt the race?
News feature: ACE-ing the test: New frontiers in drug testing
News feature: Riders ready for Saturday showdown
News feature: Volksbank: Gong against the big guns
News feature: McQuaid: ASO decision is a 'monumental folly'
News feature: Sean Kelly pushes harder for 2008
News feature: Silence-Lotto – New name & a renewed focus
News feature: Asian cycling strengthening
News feature: German cycling under siege
News feature: Astana reborn
News feature: The American road to the big show
AG2R-La Mondiale: New name but few other change
Anna Meares: "I'm lucky, but disappointed"
News feature: UCI seeks fix for fed fight
Team Quick Step: On the eve of a crucial season
News feature: Independent testing to continue alongside 'biological passports'
Stefan Schumacher's "up-and-down" career
Season partners: Valverde & Pereiro
News Feature: Rock Racing on slippery slope

Les Woodland's retro

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    June 26, 2006 - LeMond: "Armstrong threatened my life"
    June 19, 2006 - Armstrong calls for Pound's exit
    June 18, 2006 - Lance Armstrong's open letter against Dick Pound
    June 4, 2006 - UCI hits back at WADA
    June 3, 2006 - WADA slams the Vrijman report
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    Tracy Moseley: Defying gravity
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    April 2009

    Joe Parkin: Author and former road pro
    Damiano Cunego: Cunego returns for Ardennes rush
    Paris-Roubaix: Inside the Quick Step dynasty
    Mark Cavendish: Cavendish out for another Classic at Gent-Wevelgem
    Stijn Devolder: Second coming in Flanders
    George Hincapie: Out for a Ronde van Vlaanderen win
    Heinrich Haussler: Hands up for Flanders

    March 2009

    Jens Voigt: "Not someone who chases records"
    Lance Armstrong: Talking Giro, Twitter and the Tour
    Alessandro Ballan: Focusing for Roubaix
    Bjarne Riis: Learning from the past - Part II
    Bjarne Riis: Bearing the burden of truth - Part I
    Chad Gerlach: A new lease on love and life
    Tim Duggan: Never walking alone

    February 2009

    Filippo Pozzato: It's time to win
    Michael Rogers: Struggle street makes way for the High Road
    Thor Hushovd: A cobbled transition
    Chris Horner: Letting the legs do the talking
    Juan Antonio Flecha: Classics campaign starts in Qatar
    Martin Whiteley: Behind the scenes of mountain bike management

    January 2009

    Carlos Sastre: The dark horse rider
    Darren Lapthorne: One day at a time
    Andy Schleck: Gunning for greatness
    Katie Compton: Seeking to conquer the world
    Floyd Landis: Don't call it a comeback
    Allan Davis: Better than ever
    Nicole Cooke: A perfect season ending
    Cadel Evans: Don't let me be misunderstood
    Baden Cooke: Fresh start with Vacansoleil
    Michael Ball: Ball still in play
    Christian Vande Velde: Finishing domestique duties
    Steve Johnson: State of the federation - Part II
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    December 2008

    Rolf Aldag: German shepard
    Richard England: A new lease on life
    Alessandro Petacchi puts troubles behind for 2009
    Bradley Wiggins: Walking a different road
    Oleg Tinkov: Brewing over cycling exit
    Jakob Fuglsang: Switching sides
    Bob Stapleton on new anti-doping programme
    Tim Johnson: Victory at last
    Thomas Dekker: A summer of discontent
    Johan Bruyneel brings Astana back stronger for 2009
    Robert Bartko: The track specialist
    Lea Davison: A breakthrough season

    November 2008

    Roman Kreuziger: A clean, crisp flavour
    Chris Froome takes cycling's big step
    Katie Compton's Euro odyssey pays off
    Patrik Sinkewitz: Coming back
    Anne Gripper: Passport to a clean sport
    Ivan Dominguez: Cuban Missile aimed for Europe
    Bobby Julich: Nostalgic Julich hangs up wheels

    October 2008

    Matt Fritzinger: Schooling the next generation
    Dan Martin: The next big thing?
    Andriy Grivko: Bringing the world to attention
    Ivan Basso: Focusing on the bike
    Mark Renshaw: Broadening horizons, shifting sands
    Brad McGee's career makeover
    Rahsaan Bahati: Paving the way
    Svein Tuft: The journey to Worlds silver
    Greg LeMond: A different kind of testing
    Mike Sayers: The best years of my life
    Ryan Trebon: Doing the big races
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    September 2008

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    Oenone Wood: Turning full attention to family
    Marco Pinotti: Aiming high on home soil
    Tyler Hamilton: Moving on
    Manolo Saiz: Planning a comeback
    Brooke Miller: It's Miller's time

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    August 2008

    Caroline Buchanan: Buchanan-ball run
    Mary McConneloug: Keeping the balance
    Mike Friedman: A Beijing Meatball
    Grégory Baugé: Firing for French gold
    Christine Thorburn: Doctor of speed
    Hanka Kupfernagel: Time on trial in gold rush
    Nicole Cooke: Heading for Beijing bullseye
    Amaël Moinard: France's next Tour contender?
    Jose Antonio Hermida: Olympics - take three
    Alberto Contador: A talented Spaniard
    Jim Ochowicz: The US road coach evaluates the team
    Olympic Games: Roadies count down as trackies arrive
    Alejandro Valverde: Leading Spain's Olympic charge
    David Zabriskie: Optimistic for Olympic success
    Georgia Gould: Going fast on the way to Beijing

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    Adam Craig: A second Olympic quest
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    Karin Thürig: Eyeing the Olympic TT
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    Pierre Rolland: France's next big thing?
    Cyril Dessel: The rebirth of a Tour hero
    Ina-Yoko Teutenberg: Aiming for Triple Crown triple
    Kelli Emmett: Hitting her stride
    Irina Kalentieva: Riding with her head
    Julian Sanz: Long distance exhalation
    Julien Absalon: Staying on top

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    Alejandro Valverde: Real objectives still to come
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    Damiano Cunego: Amstel Gold winner gains confidence
    Davide Rebellin: Ready for Ardennes and beyond
    Alessandro Petacchi: Doubts and ambitions
    Xavier Florencio: Ready for Amstel, Flèche and Liège
    Christophe Agnolutto: Finding stability in retirement
    Tom Boonen: Crucial victory in Hell
    Mark Cavendish: Cavendish the first
    George Hincapie: Ready for Roubaix
    Alessandro Ballan: Eyeing Paris-Roubaix
    Marcus Burghardt: Rehab before racing
    Andy Schleck: Changing Focus
    Judith Arndt: From Flanders to Beijing
    Robbie McEwen: Nothing but quality
    Alessandro Ballan: Plotting Ronde defence
    Tom Boonen: Turning point or stardom
    Andrew Bajadali: Putting things in focus
    Juan Antonio Flecha: "Trusting that the victory comes"
    George Hincapie: Another shot for glory
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    Marianne Vos: The end of the rainbow
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    Heinrich Haussler: Stealth Australian
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    Alex Rasmussen and Michael Mørkøv: In a class of their own
    Chris Hoy: On the hunt for gold
    Gilberto Simoni: A mountainous journey
    Matthew Goss: Game on for Australia's Goss
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    Alison Dunlap: Cycling in retirement
    Adam Hansen: The disbelieving champion
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    Fabian Cancellara: First golden boy
    Rebecca Rusch: A new adventure
    Olaf Pollack: Tracking towards the Olympics
    Chris Horner: Happy with the new home
    Tony Cruz: Team captain at last
    Shinichi and Koji Fukushima: Brothers in armwarmers
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    Baden Cooke: Finding the power
    Mitchell Docker: Chasing the points prize,
    Miguel Indurain: Impressions from Australia
    Nick Nuyens : Better luck next time
    Claudio Corti : Father and son reunion
    Robert Hunter: Stronger team for 2008
    Johan Bruyneel: Looking ahead
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    Paolo Bettini: Dreaming of August
    Helen Wyman: Swiftly does it
    Will Walker: A tough transition
    Rob Jebb: Peak performer
    Robbie McEwen: On target for March
    Tom Boonen: Eye of the Tornado
    Chloe Forsman: A Luna star in the making
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