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David Millar Interview: Millar’s Tale

David Millar Interview

After a promising early career, David Millar reached his lowest ebb in 2004 when he was slapped with a doping ban. Six years on, the Garmin rider explains how all that was part of the process that has made him the rider — and the man — he is today.

The Decade in Doping: Drugs in Cycling 2000 – 2010

Marc Biver

Cycle Sport’s timeline of drugs in cycling and blood doping scandals between 2000 – 2010.
2006 – Floyd Landis wins the Tour after an epic attack to Morzine to recover almost all of the 10 minutes he’d lost at La Toussuire. A few days after the race it’s revealed Landis failed a dope test, recording a highly unusual ratio between testosterone and epitestosterone. There was also evidence of synthetic testosterone…

What’s changed in Cycling? 2000 – 2010

Lance Armstrong

As the most turbulent decade in cycling’s history draws to a close, we look back at the difficult journey and assess what progress has been made. The turn of the century brought a sense of cautious optimism in the world of professional cycling, an opportunity to turn a new page and embrace change.

The greatest 50 cycling books of all time: 30-21

Numbers 30 to 21 in Cycle Sport’s countdown of the greatest 50 cycling books of all time.

The greatest cycling books of all time: 20-11

Numbers 20 to 11 in Cycle Sport’s countdown of the greatest 50 cycling books of all time.

The greatest cycling books of all time: 10-6

Numbers 10 to 6 in Cycle Sport’s countdown of the greatest 50 cycling books of all time.