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In talks to revive the women's event

French Senate plans to release 1998 dopers' names

Attempting to remove doping suspicions

New program rolling out in Dubai

Researchers narrow the range

Five Jamaicans also test positive

Offered by 1 in 3 Fortune 500 companies

Time trial solidifies Tour pecking order

Will hit cities nationwide in August

Flames moved faster than hotshots could retreat

Climbing nearly on-par with that from the EPO era

Inside the dispute that ended with one of American's most promising riders leaving the Tour.

Afflicts up to 100,000 New Yorkers

Says it was impossible to win the Tour clean

Cause less inflammation and damage

Will have low-pressure leadership role

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Doped for 1998 Tour de France

Comes clean about his blood transfusion history

Taliban claims responsibility

Second-place finished hours behind

Continues to improve and recover from fractured pelvis

Will compete at French national championships

How you can reboot your circuit training routine by ditching the rest interval.

Lured down with promise of blanket

Threatens 1 in 5 Americans

Better than aerobic exercise

Burn through 2.8 percent of the forest

Are fixies the true soul of cycling? Or are they just a ridiculous fad blighting urban streets? Two cyclists duke it out.

Not responsible for death

Study finds benefit from daily application

Thinks wrestling will be included in 2020 Games

Was following a twister in Oklahoma

Features more than 20 performing felines

Terrify 75-year-old lady