(Reuters) - Former cycling champion Lance Armstrong on Thursday agreed to pay $5 million to settle a federal suit claiming he defrauded his sponsor, the U.S. Postal Service, by using performance-enhancing drugs, his attorney and federal officials said.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Andreas "Andy" Rihs, a Swiss billionaire whose success with the world's largest hearing aid company Sonova financed his passion for professional bicycle racing and soccer, has died at the age of 75.
(Reuters) - British sprinter Mark Cavendish will return to action at next month's Tour de Yorkshire after recovering from injuries sustained during a crash in March, race organizers Welcome to Yorkshire said on Wednesday.
GOLD COAST, Australia (Reuters) - Double Olympic rowing champion Hamish Bond has reinforced his successful transition to cycling by claiming a bronze medal in the individual time trial at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday.
JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) - When Amirah al-Turkistani left Boston in 2015 after earning a graduate degree, friends mocked her decision to ship her beloved pistachio-colored bicycle back home to...
ROUBAIX (Reuters) - Belgian rider Michael Goolaerts is in a "life-threatening condition after suffering a cardiac arrest" during the Paris-Roubaix cycling classic, race organizers said in a statement on Sunday.
GOLD COAST, Australia (Reuters) - Matthew Glaetzer's rollercoaster Commonwealth Games finished on a high on Sunday as the Australian cyclist clinched the 1,000m time trial gold a day after crashing out early in the sprint event.
GOLD COAST, Australia (Reuters) - Four years after felling English giant Jason Kenny in Glasgow, New Zealand's Sam Webster conquered the Commonwealth again to defend his sprint gold in style at the Gold Coast Games on Saturday.
GOLD COAST, Australia (Reuters) - World champion Matthew Glaetzer, favorite to win the men's sprint gold at the Commonwealth Games, crashed out of the preliminary rounds on Saturday after an "embarrassing" tactical blunder against Malaysian rank outsider
GOLD COAST, Australia (Reuters) - Since the retirement of Anna Meares after the Games in Rio de Janeiro, Australia has longed for a successor to the hard-bitten coalminer's daughter who extracted gold, silver and bronze from four Olympic velodromes.