• GreenEdge: Yates positive case resulted from paperwork error

    AIGLE, Switzerland (AP) — British cyclist Simon Yates can continue to race despite a positive doping test during the Paris-Nice race, the International Cycling Union said Friday.

  • Lance Armstrong asking judge to end government lawsuit

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Lance Armstrong has asked a federal judge to end a lawsuit against him by the U.S. government that seeks to recover millions of dollars in sponsorship money the U.S. Postal Service paid to his cycling teams.

  • British Cycling suspends technical director over comments

    MANCHESTER, England (AP) — The British cycling team is in turmoil ahead of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics after the sport’s local governing body suspended its long-time coach for allegedly making discriminatory remarks to riders.

  • Snow, slippery roads force cut in Tour of Romandie stage

    MOUDON, Switzerland (AP) — German sprinter Marcel Kittel won the second day of racing in the Tour of Romandie on Wednesday after the course was shortened because of overnight snow and slippery roads.

  • Jon Izagirre wins Tour of Romandie prologue in rain, cold

    LA CHAUX-DE-FONDS, Switzerland (AP) — Jon Izagirre of Spain won a chilly, rain-swept prologue of the six-day Tour of Romandie on Tuesday.

  • Ex-world time trial champ Rogers retires with heart problem

    SYDNEY (AP) — Former time-trial world champion Michael Rogers has retired from competitive cycling because of a heart condition.

  • WADA appoints cycling doping expert to Russia project

    MONTREAL (AP) — A former war crimes investigator who examined doping in the Lance Armstrong era of cycling will help rebuild Russia’s discredited anti-doping program.