We look back at 12 months of unforgettable action
While At Fishers Cross and Reve De Sivola do battle for the Long Walk Hurdle at Ascot today, one cannot get away from the sense that the most significant action in their staying hurdlers’ category took place in a training spin at Exeter on Thursday.
The Australian is a three-time former world time trial champion
The Devonshire rider faces disciplinary proceedings
Who is asking the IOC if it should throw Kenya and Jamaica out of the Olympics?
Rival Ryan Lochte had predicted a comeback last year and it appears he has been proven right with Phelps return imminent
Lance Armstrong will not be granted an amnesty in return for testifying to an independent commission about his history of doping, but his lifetime ban could be reduced to eight years, according to Brian Cookson, president of cycling's governing body UCI.
Asafa Powell and Sherone Simpson are among the high profile athletes to test positive recently
British cyclist David Millar is to retire at the end of next season. The Scot confirmed his decision in a video interview given to Dutch cycling magazine Wieler Revue.
Brian Cookson has made a brisk and busy start to his tenure in charge of cycling, with the new president of cycling’s world governing body, the UCI, opening talks with the World Anti-Doping Agency over the creation of an independent inquiry into doping within the sport
From Charlie Sheen to Lance Armstrong, what have the rich and famous told us?
British rider and former team both demanded biological passport to clear his name last year
A fake penis might be novel but the use of substitute urine isn’t
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There was more disappointment for Mark Cavendish on Monday after Gerald Ciolek claimed a dramatic sprint victory in the second stage of the Tour of Britain as he pipped Ireland’s Sam Bennett to the finish line in Kendal to become the new race leader.
The Croatian will be able to return in February next month