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The controversial American legacy in the Tour de France and the yellow jersey.
The controversial American legacy in the Tour de France and the yellow jersey.
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Floyd Landis and Dave Zabriskie will make a few race starts with the new team.
Five riders plus Floyd Landis and Dave Zabriskie will compete in gravel and cross-country races in 2022.
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The 111-mile course features a 6.5mi section that promoter Michael Marckx is billing as a cyclocross sector.
TJ Eisenhart and Landis drop out to help Ted King get medical care via a stranger's pick-up truck.
The 46-year-old lined up at Big Sugar Gravel over the weekend, after a long hiatus from bike racing.
Floyd's Pro Cycling will shutter following the 2019 season after a title sponsorship hunt came up empty.
UnitedHealthcare alums Travis McCabe and Serghei Tvetcov headline Floyd Landis's new Continental team that is renamed to avoid litigation.
Although his federal case seemed resolved, Floyd Landis makes an unexpected move to challenge the validity of acting attorney general.
With the Armstrong whistleblower lawsuit behind him and cash in hand, Floyd Landis hopes to play a part in resurrecting U.S. pro cycling.
Floyd Landis says sponsorship of new team is 'closure' for him after years of controversy from stripped Tour title to Armstrong lawsuit.
The former pro said Chris Froome's adverse analytical finding for the asthma drug salbutamol could spell disaster for the team.
Lance Armstrong, Floyd Landis, and the U.S. government await a ruling that could end up costing Armstrong $100 million, or nothing at all.
Just a few more days until Tour de France kicks off, and we have a breakdown of the contenders on this week's VeloNews Show.
Lance Armstrong admits he will risk financial ruin when his $100 million whistleblower lawsuit goes before a jury in the United States
The U.S. government says William Stapleton and Barton Knaggs cannot get out of a False Claims Act suit with a proposed settlement
The legal volley between the Department of Justice and Lance Armstrong continues as the government presses Armstrong on defenses
The U.S. Department of Justice and Lance Armstrong's legal team continue sparring over discovery and defenses
A federal judge has denied Lance Armstrong's request to dismiss a $100 million fraud lawsuit filed against him last year by the U.S. government
Summer of 2006: Lance Armstrong, Floyd Landis, Allen Lim, and Frankie Andreu each struggled in their own way with the truth about doping
A federal judge says some of the defendants will be dismissed from the case
District judge expected to carry on with Justice case against former world champion
DOJ takes aim at Armstrong defense in response to motion to dismiss the $120 million suit
Australian returns to his sports director role on a 12-month probationary period following his doping admission last fall
Lance Armstrong says he'll challenge the U.S. government in the whistleblower suit filed against him
A few key figures from the U.S. Postal Service team, including its financial backer, have avoided the government's ire — for now
BMC Racing manager and former USA Cycling president is not commenting on Floyd Landis' claim that he was aware of doping at US Postal team
The U.S. government on Friday declared that it would pursue Floyd Landis' whistleblower case against Lance Armstrong, others
Ties to the Armstrong case go to the top reaches of the U.S. federal government and sources tell us the feds will decline
Assistant U.S. Attorney says there is no active investigation into Landis, despite letters sent to victims in January
The FBI has sent victims letters to Floyd Fairness Fund donors
Steve Johnson fights back at leaked accusation that he knew about a doping cover-up for Lance Armstrong at USA Cycling
New York Daily News goes inside Floyd Landis' whistleblower suit
In the first of seven video installments, 2012 British Journalist of the Year David Walsh says that Armstrong underestimated the fight in Floyd Landis
The VeloNews tech crew presents three cycling-themed T-shirt gift ideas for the holidays
Tyler Hamilton responded to UCI president's criticism, saying that the Irishman 'has no place in cycling'
Physiologist Allen Lim says he tried to talk Levi Leipheimer and Floyd Landis out of doping and that he never worked for Landis
The Tour de France champ discusses ADD, doping, Floyd Landis, Bernard Hinault and (yes) Lance Armstrong
The UCI has won its defamation case against Floyd Landis, but Paul Kimmage says he'll take the on the federation
A Swiss judge issued a “judgment by default” in favor of UCI in its defamation lawsuit against Floyd Landis
Embattled journalist sees nearly $20,000 donated to his legal defense fund over the weekend
Fraud charges will be dismissed in three years if he makes restitution and meets other terms
Landis investigated by San Diego gran jury; Tony Martin to return at GP Frankfurt; British minicab service fired over anti-cyclist stance
It's not about the lab rats
If the UCI’s legal proceedings against Floyd Landis ever amount to anything, the former pro cyclist may now have a high-profile ally in WADA Director General David Howman.
A French court has given Floyd Landis, in his absence, a suspended sentence of 18 months in prison for his alleged 2006 use of hacked material from the Laboratoire National Antidopage (National Antidoping Lab). The prosecutor in the case before the Correctional Tribune of Nanterre also asked for the same suspended sentence for Landis' former trainer, Arnie Baker.
An essay by LeMond Fitness CEO Mark Handfelt
A reader asks about the validity of Floyd Landis' whistleblower lawsuit against Lance Armstrong and whether Postal Service sponsorship of the old cycling team can really be called 'federal funding'
A reader wants to know why Floyd Landis is being sued in Switzerland and what would happen if he lost.
Following the announcement by the UCI that it has filed a defamation suit against Floyd Landis, the deposed Tour de France winner says he is ready to fight the case in an effort to expose “the corruption within cycling.”
The UCI announced on Wednesday that the governing body, as well as its current and former presidents, have filed a defamation suit against deposed 2006 Tour de France winner Floyd Landis.
Boogerd blisters Landis; Dowsett eager for Qatar; Peraud eyes Olympics, Tour
Don Catlin, former director of the UCLA Olympic Analytical Lab and, briefly, the overseer of Lance Armstrong's anti-doping program during his 2009 comeback, says a recent Sports Illustrated article on Armstrong contains innuendo and mischaracterizes elements of the story about him.
Former USA Cycling president Jim Ochowicz has downplayed allegations from Floyd Landis that he has been involved in political maneuvering between U.S. riders and the UCI.
Sympathy for the devil? Patrick O'Grady muses on Floyd Landis' past and future.
UCI president Pat McQuaid says cycling will weather the doping storm involving some of the biggest names in the sport.
The UCI, in a front page editorial in the latest edition of its Velo World magazine, takes issue with Floyd Landis' charge that the organization gives favorable treatment to some cyclists.
Floyd Landis has cast doubt on reigning Tour de France champion Alberto Contador's claims that a positive test for clenbuterol was due to contaminated meat.
A French tribunal has ordered Floyd Landis and former coach Arnie Baker to stand trial for computer hacking
Floyd Landis has said the physiologist, now with RadioShack, helped him dope.
The organizers of the world championships in Australia dropped their support for the New Pathways For Pro Cycling conference, which the dethroned Tour de France winner is scheduled to address.
Stephanie McIlvain testified in an earlier case that she never heard the seven-time Tour de France champ admit to using performance-enhancing drugs.
Doping sanctions against as many as two dozen U.S. riders — pro and amateur — could come out in coming weeks.
Floyd Landis, former teammate of Lance Armstrong, has filed a federal "whistle-blower" lawsuit, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
Increasingly concerned about news leaks and the apparent focus of a federal investigation involving doping, Lance Armstrong has added more muscle to his legal team, that of former White House special counsel Mark Fabiani.
Trek Bicycle Corporation officials told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel on Friday that they have provided documents to a federal criminal investigation involving Lance Armstrong.
The Explainer looks at laws that prosecutors might be considering when investigating Floyd Landis' allegations against Lance Armstrong and others
"At some point, people have to tell their kids that Santa Claus isn't real," Landis says.