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Certify became the first of the Godolphin 22 to return from a steroid ban and win when taking the Group Two Cape Verdi at Meydan.

Great Britain's David Millar, reacts after crossing the finish line at the end of the 226 km and twelfth stage of the 2012 Tour de France

David Millar to quit at end of 2014

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.

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 15 October 2013

Gerrard: I’m ready to banish those nightmares of 2007

Brian Cookson has made a brisk and busy start to his tenure in charge of cycling

Cycling: Brian Cookson looks for drugs probe as reform starts

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

Trainer Gerard Butler faces steroid charges

Gerard Butler's disciplinary panel hearing before the British Horseracing Authority over his use of the drug Sungate has been scheduled to take place between 18 and 20 November.

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The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 2 October 2013

Superb Arsenal clinch their tenth consecutive win

Jonathan Tiernan-Locke during his Endura Racing days

UCI blocked drugs tests for Jonathan Tiernan-Locke

British rider and former team both demanded biological passport to clear his name last year

Sheikh Mohammed launches internal investigation after police seize drugs from Dubai jet

British horse racing's governing body says there is no link between the seizure of unlicensed veterinary products reportedly from a Dubai government private jet and the doping-stained Godolphin racing operation run by the country's ruling monarch, Sheikh Mohammed.

Sir Bradley Wiggins looks on in Florence on Sunday

Road World Championships 2013: Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome slammed for ‘lack of spirit’ by GB coach Rod Ellingworth

Dire day for British riders at the Road World Championships in Florence

Jonathan Tiernan-Locke's biological passport has 'a potential discrepancy'

Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas express shock at suspect Jonathan Tiernan-Locke blood levels

Rider could be charged with doping offence

Doped: The 1960s Racehorse Doping Gang, by Jamie Reid

"He would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies famously remarked at the Old Bailey on 23 July 1963 when told that Lord Astor denied having sex with her. On the same day, an attractive 26-year-old Swiss woman, Micheline Lugeon, also appeared in court, at Brighton, charged with conspiring to dope racehorses.

Brian Cookson

Brian Cookson beats Pat McQuaid in election to become UCI president - but not before a morning of embarrassment for cycling

The contest was bitterly fought right up until the election of the Briton

Fifa revoke suspension for unnamed Bulgaria international

The sample was taken after a World Cup qualifier

Johanna Konta's Asian run continues

Briton Johanna Konta's impressive form in Asia continued as she cruised into the third round of the Yinzhou Bank International Women's Open.

The lengths athletes will go to.... Italian long-distance runner Devis Licciardi accused of using fake penis to beat doping test

A fake penis might be novel but the use of substitute urine isn’t

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