Bardet: Froome case hits cycling's credibility
French cyclist Romain Bardet believes the ongoing uncertainty surrounding Chris Froome's adverse drugs test has damaged the credibility of the sport.
Cookson: I knew of Froome's urine test result
Brian Cookson was made aware of four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome's adverse analytical finding in his final hours in office as head of cycling's world governing body.
Former Team GB cyclist Sharon Laws dies
Former Great Britain cyclist Sharon Laws has died aged 43 following a battle with cancer.
Canada gymnastics coach faces sex charges
Gymnastics Canada's women's national team director Dave Brubaker faces multiple sex-related charges. Brubaker appeared in court on Friday and was released on bail with a February court date.
Bedene eyes Olympics, switches nationality
British No. 2 Aljaz Bedene has informed the ITF that he intends to represent Slovenia from the start of 2018 in a bid to make his dream of playing at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 a reality.
Sled cracks, Fennell loses bid for luge spot
John Fennell, who competed for Canada in the 2014 Sochi Games and was aiming to qualify for Team USA, saw his Olympic hopes fizzle after cracking his luge sled during a run at the Nations Cup race on Wednesday.
White tumbles at U.S. Olympic halfpipe qualifier
Shaun White fell during the qualifying round of the Dew Tour and did not reach the final of the second Olympic qualifying event.
USA Cycling unveils 51-member national team
USA Cycling has unveiled a national team program that includes 51 athletes across five disciplines who will receive year-round support based on their level of accomplishment.
Team USA to get Olympic prep vs. NWHL team
The U.S. women's hockey team will play two exhibition games in January against top players from the NWHL in a final tune-up for the Winter Olympics.
WADA shares Moscow lab evidence on doping
Evidence from a Moscow laboratory database has been shared by World Anti-Doping Agency investigators with international sports bodies that must decide on prosecuting Russian athletes for doping.
Froome: I'm clean, but stigma will remain
Four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome took to twitter to express his sadness that the use of salbutamol by athletes suffering from asthma may result in them being judged as dopers.
Martin: Froome did not get special treatment
Katusha-Alpecin rider Tony Martin has retracted comments he made about Chris Froome and the UCI after he slammed both parties earlier this week.
KHL undecided on allowing players at Olympics
The KHL is waiting to see if any Russian hockey players will be banned from the Pyeongchang Olympics before making a decision on the league's participation.
Vonn: Olympians represent country, not politics
U.S. Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn said she and other Olympians "represent their nation as a whole, and are not representatives of their government or any specific political figure or party" after the feedback she received expressing her political opinions.
USA Gymnastics bans coach for sexual offense
Todd Gardiner of the Illinois Gymnastics Institute is on a list of coaches permanently banned from USA Gymnastics because of a sexual relationship with an athlete.
Dutch report: Action needed on sexual abuse
A report commissioned by the Dutch Olympic Committee says urgent action must be taken to tackle widespread sexual abuse and harassment in sports in the Netherlands.
Pistorius bruised in jail fight over telephone use
A South African prison spokesman says Olympian Oscar Pistorius, in jail for murdering his girlfriend, was bruised in an altercation with another inmate over telephone use.
Russian OC approves competing as neutrals
Despite Russia's ban from the upcoming Olympics, officials in the country still expect more than 200 of their athletes to compete at the Pyeongchang Games.
NYC winner Flanagan to try again in Boston
Reigning New York City Marathon winner Shalane Flanagan will run in Boston next year in a fourth attempt to win her hometown race.
Ex-BMX rider Kevin 'K-Rob' Robinson dies at 45
Former professional BMX rider Kevin "K-Rob" Robinson, who set a world record for the longest power-assisted bicycle backflip, has died at 45.
Russia: Athletes want to compete at Olympics
Russian athletes are overwhelmingly in favor of competing at the upcoming Pyeongchang Games despite a ban on the national team, the country's Olympic committee said Monday.
Coates: Tokyo 2020 stadium will be ready.
IOC vice president John Coates expresses confidence that Tokyo 2020 organisers will complete national stadium on time.
Kodaira, Bloemen set speedskating records
Japan's Nao Kodaira and Canada's Ted-Jan Bloemen set world records Sunday on the final day of the World Cup speedskating event at the Utah Olympic Oval.
Biles becomes honorary Texans cheerleader
The Texans cheerleading squad had a little help on Sunday from the legendary Simone Biles.
Bradley Wiggins to be at Tokyo 2020 in rowing?
As Bradley Wiggins competes in the British Indoor Rowing Championships, James Cracknell and Adam Neill share their thoughts on whether he can make the Olympics.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic gives his thoughts on Man United's new signings, his relationship with Lukaku and Pogba, and more.
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