Andre Agassi, speaking at the Australian Open on Friday, said he felt "anger" about Lance Armstrong's confession to using performance-enhancing drugs.
If it wasn't the best sports day in history it was certainly one of the busiest. From tennis to soccer to baseball to tracks to hockey to basketball to boxing, June 9 had everything but football.
Spain's sports minister has acknowledged the country has a problem with doping that needs fixing.
The fastest man on legs is taking on the fastest on wheels for the top prize at the Laureus World Sports Awards.
Rafael Nadal says he hopes that Alberto Contador's doping case will be cleared up soon to stop the "tremendous damage" caused to all sports.
Alberto Contador's lawyers are using tennis player Richard Gasquet's successful appeal against cocaine use as part of their own defense for a failed Tour de France doping test.
The hope of diamonds and the sweetness of swings in the twilight can still bring us back from the abyss and keep us safe from the deep and the dark. Here's one fan's paean to sports.
Olympic leaders have approved changes in track cycling and added mixed doubles for the 2012 London Games.
Dutch rider Theo Bos has been suspended for one month for sending South African Daryl Impey crashing into a security barrier during a Tour of Turkey stage in April, the International Cycling Union said on Friday.
Lance Armstrong is prepared to "forgive and forget" and welcome Floyd Landis back to cycling when his former teammate ends a two-year doping ban in the Tour of California in February.
A German cycling union official has stepped down in protest over what he called the body's inadequate anti-doping policy.
Nikolay Davydenko lost in the first round of the Dutch Open when Florent Serra rallied from a set down Tuesday to win 4-6, 6-1, 6-1.
A new law that imposes jail sentences on anyone inciting doping in sports came into force in Spain on Friday.
Olympic athletes may be allowed to blog for the first time at the 2008 Beijing Games.
Wishes for the New Year include a pink slip for Isiah Thomas, a hot mare for Barbaro and a rival for Roger Federer.
The doctor at the center of a cycling doping investigation says he has also treated athletes in soccer, tennis and track and field.