It sure looks like it. Bill Gifford on the $100 million legal battle that ended with a whimper.
Armstrong has agreed to a $5-million settlement in the federal case. It's a big fine, to be sure, but nowhere near the penalty the cyclist once faced.
A mathematical approach to flagging suspicious race times shows its worth
It's too easy for runners to get disqualified
As the case over Chris Froome's elevated salbutamol levels slowly churns on, cycling officials are preparing for a protracted battle
The British government published a report detailing system abuses by the coaches and athletes on Team Sky
We must resolve the sexism ingrained in cycling—starting with ditching the outdated practice of flanking successful male athletes with scantily clad women
The USOC has failed to do enough to protect American athletes from abuse for years. Getting rid of its chief executive won't do anything to solve the problem.
Can a controversial new form of statistical profiling weed out cheaters?
Athletes can come back with adverse test results without getting even temporarily banned from racing. That's like allowing a drunk driver who failed a breathalyzer test to drive away—so long as he has a good excuse.