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Talking points: Amstel Gold Race

Kreuziger – nice win, shame about the Ferrari allegations. Orica’s strong performance. Sky and Sagan – missing in action, and more discussion about Amstel Gold

Comment: Sky must send a positive message to the fans

Sky are winning the Tour, but losing the PR battle. They need to confront the doping issue head-on, argues Richard Moore

Lance Armstrong: the end

Resolution is fast approaching in the most controversial story in cycling. But there are still many questions to be answered

Riis, Contador and the elephant in the room

Saxo Bank manager Bjarne Riis and team leader Alberto Contador gave a less-than-convincing performance at their pre-Tour press conference

Lance Armstrong: the endgame begins

Is it time for cycling to unhitch its wagon from the Armstrong legacy?

CS Comment: Analysing JV’s 10-point plan for cycling

Cycle Sport

We look at Jonathan Vaughters’s 10-point plan for cycling, as revealed to the BBC.

Xavier Tondo interview: Passport to freedom

Spanish rider Xavier Tondo is a new hero of the anti-doping movement following his role in the recent police raids in Girona. We interviewed Tondo following his incredible Tour of Spain in 2010, for Cycle Sport November.

What we’ve learned so far in 2011

The 2011 season is a month old today. So, what have we learned so far?

CS Comment: Problem not solved

Cycle Sport

During a week in which cycling’s name has again been dragged through the mud, it is clear that the sport is still deep in denial about its problems.

Aldo Sassi: The Philosophy of Coaching

Aldo Sassi

The world of cycling is mourning the death of Aldo Sassi. We can think of no better tribute to his memory than this first-person interview, conducted recently with Cycle Sport, on the ethics and beliefs behind his coaching methods.