He was the World's Fastest Man and lived with Marion Jones. In an exclusive interview from prison, Tim Montgomery tells ESPN.com how it all fell apart.
A doctor versed in the steroid world has never heard of the drug Alex Rodriguez described taking.
Track coach involved in BALCO case is set to return to court Friday.
Thursday's indictment of Barry Bonds includes the news that he tested positive for steroids. But those positive tests weren't administered by Major League Baseball. Instead, they came from BALCO, writes Mike Fish.
A trial date has been set for track coach Trevor Graham in the BALCO case, which raises the possibility of significant courtroom theatrics, writes ESPN.com's Mike Fish.
The professional athletes interviewed by the BALCO grand jury should be sweating. The federal case against drug cheaters has shifted and now appears more intent on nabbing liars and perjurers.
The BALCO grand jury apparently heard testimony last week from at least two close associates of track coach Trevor Graham.
BALCO principal Victor Conte spent last weekend in Las Vegas at the 2006 Olympia bodybuilding contest, and ESPN.com's Mike Fish went along for the freak show.
An attorney for Barry Bonds says government investigators will look like "buffoons" if they indict the slugger because they'll never get a conviction in San Francisco.
As Victor Conte heads to prison, the BALCO boss rebuts popular opinion that he snitched in hopes of landing a lighter sentence.