Why do so many top-level cyclists suffer from asthma – and are the drugs that they're taking enhancing their performance?
The head of UKAD clarified the situation and explained the steps the organisation has taken since WADA's system was hacked
Wiggins says he believes it is "bloody hard" to miss more than one test as a professional athlete
Lance Armstrong still cannot compete in cycling races, but the part of his ban that disqualified him from non-cycling events has expired
Paul Dimeo looks at another side of the anti-doping fight, the right to privacy for athletes
UCI president Brian Cookson says that cycling is among the sports that are actively fighting doping and not living in denial like some sports
A Brazilian cyclist who tested positive for EPO CERA in the week before the Rio Olympics road race has accepted his suspension on a voluntary basis. Kleber Da Silva Ramos tested…
Andrey Arshavin said that all sports that involved repetitive moment must be dependent on performance enhancing drugs.
Expert opinion: Fabrizio Viani talks about the ethical choices faced by professional cyclists and amateurs alike
Kleber Da Silva Ramos tested positive for EPO CERA on July 31 in an out-of-competition test prior to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
The Italian Ministry of Health sent a doctor to collect samples from racers aged as young as seven
Mark Cavendish says he doesn't believe Lizzie Armitstead doped, but says she could have done more to 'prevent the chaos she's in'
UK Anti-Doping chief Nicole Sapstead says Lizzie Armitstead could have challenged her first missed doping test when it happened, only when the case came to court
Road race world champion Lizzie Armitstead avoided an anti-doping ban for three missed tests after winning an appeal to sports high court, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), and…
Lizzie Armitstead missed three out-of-competition tests in a 12-month period, but was cleared by the Court of Arbitration for Sport due to an 'administrative error' by a UK Anti-Doping official
The UCI employs three different methods to catch those using motors in their bikes: thermal imaging cameras, x-ray machines, and a magnetic resistance test.
Coach Alexander Kuznetsov reportedly writes to the IOC president to express his outrage that two of his riders are banned from the Olympics
The UCI says it is in the process of "identifying relevant rider samples" after three Russians selected for the Olympics potentially implicated in doping report
International Olympic Committee announces that 30 athletes from the 2008 Olympics in Beijing and 15 from London 2012 have tested positive after retrospective sample analysis
Toby Atkins gives his account of being asked to dope when he joined an under-23 Italian cycling team - and what he did about it
The International Olympic Committee decided to seek legal advice before deciding whether or not to expel Russia from Rio 2016
Russia covered up 580 positive doping samples, including 26 from cycling, according to the McLaren report
Cycling’s governing body the UCI today used x-rays to test for bikes at the Tour de France stage 13 time trial, part of its move to widen the number of…
New findings cast doubt on the performance enhancement offered by EPO
Catford CC Equipe/Banks issue a statement in the wake of former rider Gabriel Evans being handed a suspension for taking EPO