Jalabert and Vasseur cast doubts on Froome's Tour de France performance so far, and the Briton fires back, says his team is clean.
Jalabert resigned after crashing on his bike in April; last week, he was named in a French report to have taken EPO at the 1998 Tour
Five-time Tour de France champion says the recent admissions of past dopers are threatening the Tour's future
Former pro was alleged to have taken EPO during the 1998 Tour de France in a French newspaper report
French legislature could match 1998 Tour samples with names; Jalabert says he can’t be certain he wasn’t doped
Laurent Jalabert tells panel he never knowingly took banned substances without a Therapeutic Use Exemption
Former Vuelta champ should leave the hospital within a week after car/bike collision
Former Vuelta a España winner hit by a car on his bike and was unconscious when emergency personnel arrived
The reaction around cycling to the Lance Armstrong ban is mixed, with some calling for resignations at the UCI
GP Quebec winner Thomas Voeckler will skip the world championships. The team's coach says without him, France lacks a star.
Andy Schleck and Alberto Contador are happy to wait until the Pyrénées. That doesn't mean anyone else should.