The EPO Attack: Team Gewiss at La Flèche Wallonne in 1994

No, it did not start in 1994, but a race dominating podium sweep by Gewiss at the 1994 La Fleche Wallonne forced riders to stop ignoring what was happening. Dominant riders were left behind and the not-so strong were suddenly superhuman. Favorites simply couldn't keep up, and what was once ignored as limited to… » 4/24/14 12:25pm 4/24/14 12:25pm

La Flèche Wallonne 2014

Marianne Vos is not driving the NASCAR circuit, and not competing directly with the men, but instead competed today in the Flèche-Wallone Femme, which was won Vos' teammate Pauline Ferrand Prevot. The mens winner completed the complete course in 4:36:45 (SPOILER: click on this link if you want the recap). » 4/23/14 12:32pm 4/23/14 12:32pm

Lance Armstrong And The Other Liars Who Fascinate Alex Gibney

Documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney appears to be on a one-man mission to expose corruption. In 2005, he took on the duplicity of Enron with Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room. He won an Oscar in 2008 for Taxi to the Dark Side, his examination of the Bush administration’s torture policy. And last year, he gave voice… » 11/11/13 1:20pm 11/11/13 1:20pm

Spectator Picks Wrong Day To Run Alongside Tour de France Cyclist

You know this jackass couldn't wait till the Tour de France's 18th stage yesterday. You know he carefully picked out that green headband, that pink tank top, those mismatched gloves, those red socks, and those neon yellow leggings just for this. You know he absolutely had to be seen next to someone on a bike, and that… » 7/19/13 5:24pm 7/19/13 5:24pm

Stage 18 Will Be Stormy

Set your DVR to record this one. The weather forecast for the much anticipated stage 18 of this years Tour de France calls for a whole lot of fun for the riders. Several riders have already expressed their concern over the inclusion of the Col de Sarenne descent sandwiched between two climbs up L’Alpe d’Huez, and that… » 7/17/13 7:42pm 7/17/13 7:42pm