Cycling news

GENEVA -- Floyd Landis has been threatened with legal action if he does not withdraw allegations leveled at cycling leaders Hein Verbruggen and Pat McQuaid in a televised interview.
Armstrong officially off bike _ 'Retirement 2.0' (AP, February 16, 2011; 10:43 AM)
Armstrong teammate appears at cycling grand jury (AP, November 3, 2010; 6:33 PM)
Ukrainian cyclist to testify in doping probe (AP, November 2, 2010; 10:49 PM)
If Armstrong doped, teammates say they saw nothing (AP, October 1, 2010; 1:13 PM)
Contador blames bad meat for positive doping test (AP, September 30, 2010; 7:11 PM)
U.S. could join lawsuit of Lance Armstrong (Post, September 4, 2010; 12:50 AM)
A Spaniard in Paris: Contador captures third Tour de France: Schleck finishes 39 seconds behind; Armstrong takes 23rd (Post, July 26, 2010)
Nothing but a formality for Contador: Spaniard cruises through time trial and will ride into Paris wearing yellow jersey (Post, July 25, 2010)
Contador nearly puts a wrap on Tour: Schleck wins 17th stage, but defending champion still has overall lead (Post, July 23, 2010)
Lance Armstrong hires criminal defense lawyer (, July 21, 2010; 12:00 AM)
Tour leaders play waiting game: Schleck remains ahead of the field, Riblon takes stage (Post, July 19, 2010)
After Tour, Armstrong may face another obstacle: Cycling legend and former associates could be dogged by ongoing federal doping investigation (Post, July 18, 2010)
Vinokourov captures 13th stage: Schleck keeps 31-second lead over Contador as Pyrenees loom (Post, July 18, 2010)
RadioShack's Paulinho captures 10th stage of Tour: Schleck remains overall leader with 41-second advantage (Post, July 15, 2010)
Schleck takes lead at Tour de France; Contador second: Evans crumbles during last ascent; Armstrong moves from 39th to 31st (Post, July 14, 2010)
These days, Tour riders take the bus to work: Luxury accommodations offer a 'sanctuary' before and after brutal stages (Post, July 13, 2010)
Schleck notches stage victory as Armstrong falls off pace (Post, July 12, 2010)
Britain's Cavendish scores emotional stage win at Tour de France: Cancellara retains lead; Armstrong is 18th, 2:30 off the pace (Post, July 9, 2010)

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