Defending champion Vincenzo Nibali and Giro d'Italia winner Alberto Contador are among the big-name riders to watch at the 2015 Tour de France.
Astana team manager Alexandre Vinokourov confirmed Saturday that Lars Boom will start the Tour de France despite questions raised over his testing results.
After success domestically and in international competitions, Carmen Small is turning her focus to the European cycling circuit.
Lance Armstrong's girlfriend can be questioned under oath about what she knows of his doping past, and his former teammate-turned-antagonist Floyd Landis will have to turn over records.
Mo Farah's coach accused of violating several anti-doping rules in BBC documentary
Over the weekend, 70-year-old Gunhild Swanson became the oldest woman to complete the Western States Endurance Run in California.
Distance runner Kara Goucher was upset at being portrayed as a liar by Alberto Salazar after her former coach went public in an attempt to clear his name over doping allegations.
Tinkoff-Saxo team owner Oleg Tinkov was burned by last year's big-money signing of Peter Sagan, and this year the Russian billionaire has vowed to tighten his checkbook.
Tour de France officials have changed the route of the 20th stage of this year's race following a landslide in the French Alps, eliminating the famed Col de Galibier ascent.
Former manager Bjarne Riis said Friday he agrees with a report by Denmark's anti-doping agency that concluded he deliberately ignored drug-taking by riders on the former Team CSC.
Former Tour de France champion Chris Froome revealed on Wednesday he missed a drug test this year while taking a couple of days off in Italy with his wife.
Cancer survivor Newton Baker always wanted to run through the United States, and the 73-year-old found just the right fit in Run Across USA, which helped promote childhood fitness along the way.
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Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev apologized for the deadly attack for the first time Wednesday just before a judge was set to formally sentence him to death.
Dutch police campaigning for better working conditions say they plan to interrupt the Tour de France as it passes through the port city of Rotterdam.
As Usain Bolt gears up for another Olympics and eyes the end of his career, agent Ricky Simms is a constant presence who directs traffic and has become Bolt's go-to guy for everything.
Simon Spilak of Slovenia won the Tour de Suisse by just five seconds on Sunday, when Geraint Thomas tired late in the time-trial stage.
Chris Froome launched a blistering mountain attack to win the Criterium du Dauphine race for the second time on Sunday, taking the yellow jersey from American rider Tejay van Garderen.
Despite her domination of the World Triathlon Series, Gwen Jorgensen is really focused on Olympic redemption. Jorgensen talked with us about her hopes for Rio and how she trains to get so good.
Mo Farah's coach promises to clear his name after insisting BBC and ProPublica investigation based on "false statements".
Records don't motivate 92-year-old Harriette Thompson while she runs marathons. She just happens to set them while raising thousands of dollars for a cause that hits too close to home.
Spain's Alberto Contador claimed a beautiful but crash-filled Giro d'Italia, making him the second rider ever to win all three Grand Tours -- the Giro, Tour de France and Vuelta a Espana -- more than once.
Phil Gaimon's latest pro cycling dispatch looks at eventful early-season stage races -- including his Tour of California ride -- and how he got possibly the "greatest paint job of all time."
On Instagram, Madison Holleran's life looked ideal: Star athlete, bright student, beloved friend. But the photos hid the reality of someone struggling to go on.
The subject of a SportsCenter Mother's Day feature, Rebekah Gregory -- the Boston Marathon bombing survivor-turned-Boston Marathon runner -- talks about what's next.