Russian women got slower after the Athlete Biological Passport was introduced in 2012. Anti-doping officials think they know why.
For starters, there's hesitancy about the confluence of drug testing and unregulated products
Their coach might have been sanctioned, but Nike Oregon Project runners are slated to compete this weekend
For years, the Oregon Project coach pushed the boundaries of what was allowed. Now, it has finally caught up to him.
Cycling's international governing body is busy going through the motions of looking for cheating riders, but what if it just looked for the motors?
In his long-awaited memoir, 'One-Way Ticket,' a cheater turned reformer tells all about performance-enhancing drugs, the Tour de France, and a rider he used to know named Lance
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