Tag Archive for performance enhancing drugs

Ryder Hesjedal, and the Garmin-Barracuda Misfits

Canadian Ryder Hesjedal, the winner of the Giro d’Italia last week showed the world that it can be done without doping. Hesjedal’s team, Garmin-Barracuda which was started by Jonathan Vaughters, prides itself on its anti-doping stance, according to an article…

Floyd Landis Retires from Cycling

Floyd Landis, the embattled cyclist who won the 2006 Tour de France, only to be stripped of his title on allegations of taking performance enhancing drugs, has retired from cycling. Landis has had a tumultous four years since that infamous…

World Doping Rejects Contador Meat Story

In inspecting the meat from the carniceria (meat store) in Irun, Spain, in “none of the inspections, in none of the analyses done with the owners of the meat, was there found any clenbuterol,”

UCI Asks Spain To Try Contador

The International Cycling Union has asked the Spanish cycling federation to start disciplinary proceedings against Alberto Contador, reported the NY Times today. Contador won the 2010 Tour de France, but on July 21–the middle of the race–was tested positive in…