Amateur racer returns positive test from a sample taken at Port Talbot Wheelers 25-mile time trial and is banned for two years
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The level of doping in amateur cycling has been exposed by a ComRes survey in which 14 per cent of regular riders admitted to taking anabolic steroids.
The UCI has handed an entire Iranian Continental-level team a 30-day ban after a second of its riders tested positive in a 12-month period.
A group campaigning for clean cycling has written to the UCI to question a lack of testing at recent cyclocross events, where it says no test were conducted.
UCI announces that Iranian cyclist Rahim Emami returns positive test for steroids, the second failed test for his Pishgaman Cycling team in 12 months
A Belgian cyclocross coach has committed suicide after one of the riders that he coached tested positive for a banned substance after a race in December.
The Olympic gold medallist says that the saga surrounding TUEs has cast their use in a negative light.
Former WADA general secretary David Howman says that doping and denials by Russian athletes and officials is worse than the actions of Lance Armstrong.
UCI disciplinary commission hands down 55 day ban after Funvic Soul Cycles-Carrefour has three positive tests within a 12 month period.
Expert opinion: Dr Paul Dimeo, senior lecturer in sport at the University of Stirling, specialises in the research of drug use in sport and anti-doping policy. Here he discusses how…
World Anti-Doping Agency president Craig Reedie states that the therapeutic use exemption certificate system is working, despite controversy surrounding hacked medical data
Dutch former cyclist Thomas Dekker has admitted that he is the rider codenamed ‘Luigi’ in doping doctor Eufemiano Fuentes’s files uncovered in 2006 during the Operación Puerto drugs bust in…
A Dutch former professional rider has been handed a lifetime ban after it emerged that he injected his 17-year-old son with steroids and amphetamine.
Cycling Time Trials carried out 72 anti-doping tests on riders in 2016, up from 44 last year
Andrew Hastings says that he wouldn't have doped if he could turn back the clock
With less than four years to go until the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan urgently needs to train more anti-doping officials, a report has warned. According to the investigation by…
Mapperley CC say that they only found out about Ian Edmonds doping ban through the media and that they are surprised he attempted to use prohibited substances.
an independent report suggested that there were serious failings in the anti-doping controls at the Rio Olympics
41-year-old Ian Edmonds has been banned for all sport for four years
The four-year ban will run concurrently with an existing ban he received after testing positive for a different substance
Vladimir Putin claims that athletes granted Therapeutic Use Exemptions should not be competing against those who do not require medication
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