From Cycling Today 90-year-old cyclist hits back after failed drugs test: Testers are wasting their time His bike is his soapbox. As time caught up with many of his peers, the former United States Navy Band saxophonist , who played for U.S. presidents and visiting VIPs and who was born on his parents’ kitchen tableRead More
USADA announced today that a three-member panel of the American Arbitration Association (AAA) has rendered its decision in the case of U.S. Cycling athlete Jennifer Schumm, of Greenwood Village, Colo., and has determined that Schumm should receive a four-year sanction after testing positive for a prohibited substance. Read more
Colorado’s Mavic Haute Route featured in Doping movie: Icarus’s Director Only Wanted to Try EPO Doping in a Bike Race – Now He’s Nominated for an OscarSubmitted by 303cycling on January 26th, 2018
The film sets out to tell the story of cyclist and filmmaker Bryan Fogel’s plan to take EPO before racing Colorado’s brutal Mavic Haute Route. The documentary takes a turn—and what Fogel uncovers is far more sweeping and ominous than the fallibility of WADA drug testing.
Last night’s news of Lance Armstrong‘s “major defeat” has the news wires buzzing, and recent features on bike motors, pro triathlon suspensions, and legal painkillers that possibly should be banned have all been in the headlines … From VeloNews: Lance Armstrong case moves to jury trial On Monday, a district court in Washington D.C. deniedRead More
by Caley Fretz: Published Jun. 6, 2016, Updated Jun. 17, 2016 on VeloNews.com ￼American cycling has a doping problem, and it’s no longer at the top. The unintimidating blue polo shirts that U.S. Anti-Doping Agency testers wear must be terrifying to see for an athlete full of the substances they’re looking for. A knock on DecemberRead More
Those registered for CX nationals most likely received an email from KCCX about how testing will be done at Nats and how you could be tested and what you can do to be clean. Read more