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Sport's most notorious rulebreakersupdated: Tue Aug 18 2009 14:53:00

English rugby coach Dean Richards has been banned from coaching for three years for his part in masterminding a fake blood injury to one of his players.

SI.com: Ian Thomsen: NBA finds in favor of itselfupdated: Fri Oct 03 2008 08:33:00

The problem for the NBA in trying to deal with its referee scandal is that the league won't be credited for its efforts. The more David Stern tries to create solutions, the more the public will be reminded of the problem.

Time.com: Do Clean Athletes Have a Chance?updated: Wed Aug 20 2008 20:00:00

Anti-doping expert Werner Franke discusses whether clean athletes can ever really compete with cheaters, and the chances of catching a doper

Olympic memoriesupdated: Wed Aug 20 2008 09:25:00

Moments have defined the Olympic Games as much as individual accomplishments. Take a look at 10 snapshots in time that transcended sport and have become a part of history.

SI.com: Tim Layden: What I'm looking forward at the Olympicsupdated: Sat Aug 02 2008 23:54:00

To the interloper, the Olympic 100 meters is but a 10-second event. What's shorter? A drag race? Bull-riding?

Sprinting's worst scandalupdated: Tue Jul 08 2008 23:21:00

It was the moment when athletics lost its innocence.

China doping banupdated: Tue Jul 08 2008 23:21:00

China swimmer is banned for life after testing positive for a steroid linked to Chinese pork. CNN's Emily Chang reports.

SI.com: Where are They Now?updated: Mon Jul 07 2008 15:54:00

Want to read more about this year's 'Where are They Now' subjects? SI authors relive the athletes' greatest moments.

Carl Lewisupdated: Mon Jul 07 2008 03:37:00

Named in 1999 as the male "athlete of the century" by the International Association of Athletics Federations, Carl Lewis embodied the Olympic motto -- "Citius, altius, fortius" (Faster, higher, stronger).

SI.com: A timeline of performance-enhancing drugs in sportsupdated: Tue Mar 11 2008 15:14:00

1886 Twenty-four-year-old Welsh cyclist Arthur Linton dies during a race from Bordeaux to Paris; though the cause of death is reported as typhoid fever, he is believed to have taken trimethyl, a stimulant.

SI.com: Michael Farber: Steroids overshadowed Johnson-Lewis duel in 1988updated: Wed Jul 18 2007 22:25:00

Editor's note: We asked SI.com writers to share their memories from the best game they've ever seen. Here are their stories:

SI.com: Ill-will ambassadorsupdated: Tue Mar 20 2007 12:38:00

"I believe I'm the best ambassador baseball has, because I'm constantly selling the game of baseball." -- Pete Rose on the Dan Patrick Radio Show

Thanou returns to action after banupdated: Sat Feb 03 2007 15:30:00

Greek sprinter Katerina Thanou, who was banned from all competitions for two years following a controversial doping rule violation at the 2004 Athens Olympics, has competed in her first race since the ban ended.

SI.com: Miles of memoriesupdated: Thu Feb 01 2007 17:48:00

In the hallway between the locker rooms in Madison Square is a large photo of Irish miler Eamonn Coghlan breasting the tape with arms aloft -- and eyes closed. By the time he won the Millrose Games Wanamaker mile for a record seventh time, in 1987, Coghlan didn't need to see where he was going. "I could have run Millrose by the sound of the crowd," he says. "The oohs meant I was going to pass someone. The aahs meant somebody was trying to pass me. If somebody just won the high jump, that was another sound. I knew what every sound meant and felt like. The Garden was so alive. There was never anything like running at Millrose, and there won't ever be again."

Shortcuts: Getting a seat in rush hourupdated: Tue Sep 26 2006 04:23:00

(CNN) -- How to beat the commuter zombies and get a seat in the rush hour -- without getting old or pregnant.

CNNMoney: Cities are hot againupdated: Thu Jun 15 2006 09:41:00

Retirees, empty nesters and young professionals usually have little in common, but they're all in the vanguard of a recent trend - they're repatriating center cities.

Greek sprinters face IAAF chargesupdated: Thu Dec 02 2004 07:37:00

Greek sprinters Costas Kenteris and Katerina Thanou have been charged by the International Association of Athletics Federations for missing drugs tests at this year's Athens Olympics.

Shot-put champion will lose goldupdated: Sun Aug 22 2004 08:57:00

Women's Olympic shot put champion Irina Korzhanenko of Russia will lose her gold medal after testing positive for a banned steroid, the head of the Russian Olympic Committee's anti-doping body has announced.

Sheriff: 4 charged in Florida killings over Xboxupdated: Sun Aug 08 2004 08:47:00

Authorities in Deltona, Florida, have arrested and charged four people in the killings of six people in a rental home, Volusia County's sheriff said Sunday.

Two questioned in 'very brutal' Florida killingsupdated: Sat Aug 07 2004 16:07:00

Authorities have interviewed two people thought to "have some knowledge of" the killings of four men and two women whose bodies were discovered Friday in Florida, the Volusia County sheriff said.

Sprinting's worst scandalupdated: Mon May 17 2004 08:55:00

It was the moment when, some say, athletics lost its innocence.

Fortune: NO REST FOR THE POSTMANupdated: Mon Jan 16 1989 00:01:00

For the U.S. Postal Service in New York City, the Christmas mail rush was dress rehearsal for a period that's just about as hectic: April's proxy season. Proxies will boost the average number of pi...

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