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Jan 23, 2014
UCI may cut Armstrong's ban in return for more detailsThe new president of cycling's world body says Lance Armstrong's lifetime ban for doping cold be reduced if he provides information which assists other doping investigations.
Jun 28, 2013
Winning without doping was impossible, says ArmstrongAsked if riders won races drugs-free in the era when he competed, a bullish Armstrong told French daily Le Monde on Friday: "It depends on the races. The Tour de France? No. Impossible to win without doping.
Jan 31, 2013
Publicly lynching one man will not solve this problem: ArmstrongThe disgraced cyclist feels he is the scapegoat of a sport that has always been subject to cheating
Jan 30, 2013
Now, WADA, UCI fight over Armstrong's truth and reconciliation processOn Monday, the UCI said it was disbanding the Independent Commission investigating the Lance Armstrong drugs scandal in favour of a truth and reconciliation commission (TRC).
Jan 29, 2013
UCI disbands panel looking into Armstrong linksThe UCI said its independent panel did not have the support of the American and global anti-doping bodies, and that a truth and reconciliation process offered the best way "to clear the air."
Nov 14, 2012
UCI set to open doping hotline for ridersCycling has long battled a widespread doping problem and the UCI has been criticised from several quarters over its actions to combat the scourge.
Nov 05, 2012
Cycling sponsor sues UCI for $2 mn over Armstrong sagaWhile Skins has never sponsored Armstrong or the UCI, it wants compensation for the reputational damage it says it has suffered by investing in a sport "tarnished" by doping.
Oct 27, 2012
The dope years: No winner for 1999-2005 Tours, says UCIThe decision, supported by Tour organisers, was widely expected given that so many riders finishing behind Armstrong.
Oct 24, 2012
Armstrong war of words escalates between UCI, USADAIn a 'Decision' document posted on UCI's website and signed by McQuaid, USADA's report was said to have included "animated or overstated language" as well as "incorrect and incomplete statements".
Oct 23, 2012
UCI chief claims moral authority to lead cyclingCycling's top official said the sport can succeed despite the doubts of many, including anti-doping leaders who on Tuesday called for Armstrong-era officials to be removed.