David Polkinghorne

David Polkinghorne

Cycling

Robbie McEwen tells UCI to deal with clenbuterol in China

David Polkinghorne Robbie McEwen says the UCI has to take some responsibility for any positive tests to clenbuterol in China.

Cycling

Contador backs Rogers' drug claim

David Polkinghorne Alberto Contador has backed his Saxo-Tinkoff teammate Michael Rogers in his bid to clear his name.

Cycling

Rogers' decision to leave Team Sky purely financial

LIMOGES, FRANCE - JULY 13:  Lance Armstrong (R) of USA and team Astana chats with Michael Rogers of Australia and Team Colombia - HTC during a training session on the first rest day of the 2009 Tour de France on July 13, 2009 in Limoges, France.  (Photo by Jasper Juinen/Getty Images)

David Polkinghorne Canberra cyclist Michael Rogers says his reason for leaving Team Sky was purely financial.

Cycling

Time to bury the past as new, clean breed embraces future

Michael Matthews

David Polkinghorne Michael Matthews will still join Orica-Greenedge next year and is adamant the sport is ''getting really clean'', despite team director Matthew White's admission of doping with Lance Armstrong.

Cycling

Wonderful contributor's image tainted

DELHI, INDIA - OCTOBER 08:  Daniel Ellis, Jason Niblett and Scott Sunderland of Australia pose with their gold medals after winning the team sprint cycling at IG Sports Complex during day five of the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games on October 8, 2010 in Delhi, India.  (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Chris Dutton, David Polkinghorne He was a mentor to generations of Canberra cyclists but Stephen Hodge shocked the capital's tight-knit riding community when he dropped a bombshell on the sport yesterday, admitting he had taken...

Cycling

Rogers a boost for Contador

David Polkinghorne The lure of greater opportunities for Michael Rogers will be invaluable for Alberto Contador's quest to regain his Tour de France crown and a loss for Team Sky, fellow Canberran Mathew Hayman says.

Cycling

Rogers focused on Tour, but has other ambitions, too

Michael Rogers

David Polkinghorne AFTER helping Bradley Wiggins win the yellow jersey, Canberra cyclist Michael Rogers has signalled his intent to do the same with new teammate Alberto Contador in this year's Tour de France.