The World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) Intelligence and Investigations (I&I) department identified 11 athletes implicated in the Operation Puerto doping saga.
Slovenia's Primož Roglič sealed his first Grand Tour title after completing the processional final stage of the Vuelta a España into Madrid.
Slovenia's Primož Roglič is all but assured of his first Grand Tour title after maintaining his overall lead going into tomorrow's processional final stage at the Vuelta a España.
Frenchman Rémi Cavagna claimed an impressive victory at the conclusion of a dramatic and controversial 19th stage of the Vuelta a España.
Colombian Sergio Higuita commandeered a stunning solo ride to claim stage 18 glory, as overall leader Primož Roglič extended his lead of the Vuelta a España in Becerril de la Sierra.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step rider Philippe Gilbert sprinted clear of a breakaway group to claim stage 17 victory in the Vuelta a España, as Slovenian Primož Roglič maintained his general classification lead in Guadalajara.
Jakob Fuglsang of Denmark claimed his first Grand Tour victory as Primož Roglič extended his overall lead on stage 16 of the Vuelta a España in La Cubilla Lena.
Sepp Kuss triumphed on stage 15 of the Vuelta a España after surging clear from the breakaway in the closing kilometres in Santuario del Acebo.
Ireland’s Sam Bennett avoided a major crash in the closing kilometre to claim victory on stage 14 of the Vuelta a España.
Slovenian Primož Roglič tightened his grip on the general classification as he extended his overall lead on the 13th stage of the Vuelta a España.
Belgian Philippe Gilbert timed his late breakaway to perfection as he won the 12th stage of the Vuelta a España.
Spain's Mikel Iturria surprised the rest of the field as he broke away to claim his maiden professional victory on stage 11 of the Vuelta a España.
Slovenian Primož Roglič surged into the overall lead at the Vuelta a España, winning the 10th stage, a time trial held solely in France.
Cofidis will continue as a main sponsor of Vuelta a España until 2022 after signing a new agreement with La Vuelta.
Loïc Bruni and Myriam Nicole secured a stunning downhill double for France as the curtain came down on the International Cycling Union (UCI) Mountain Bike World Championships in Canada.