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UCI backs equal money for women and men
With the Lance Armstrong scandal shattering the UCI's image, the world cycling body is supporting more fair rewards.
Last updated: 21 Dec 2012 18:12 GMT
LeMond: 'Ferrari is master at doping'
Three-time Tour De France winner Greg LeMond points finger at doctors for doping and calls for head of UCI to step down.
Last updated: 14 Dec 2012 19:47 GMT
UCI target Olympic road race champion
International Cycling Union to open investigation into claims Alexandre Vinokourov bribed a rival to fix a race in 2010.
Last updated: 05 Nov 2012 20:12 GMT
UCI boss faces criminal probe
Cycling head Pat McQuaid and former boss Hein Verbruggen accused of defamation and involvement in Armstrong scandal.
Last updated: 02 Nov 2012 14:37 GMT
Armstrong's titles will not be re-awarded
The list of Tour de France winners will remain blank between 1999 and 2005 says cycling's governing body UCI.
Last updated: 26 Oct 2012 18:27 GMT
LeMond calls for UCI reform
Three-time Tour winner Greg LeMond lashes out at cycling body's 'corruption' in wake of Armstrong doping scandal.
Last updated: 25 Oct 2012 12:19 GMT
Lance Armstrong: A cheater? Five reasons why we don't care
We live in a society that rewards winners and encourages people to do whatever it takes to win, writes Young.
Last updated: 23 Oct 2012 11:34 GMT
Armstrong stripped of Tour de France titles
The International Cycling Union (UCI) strips Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles and bans him for life.
Last updated: 22 Oct 2012 18:28 GMT
A ‘win-at-all costs’ scandal
UCI chief Pat McQuaid says he was 'sickened' by the USADA report on disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong.
Last updated: 22 Oct 2012 17:08 GMT
UCI ban Armstrong for life
Cycling's governing body agrees to strip Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles and ban him for life.
Last updated: 22 Oct 2012 11:16 GMT
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