UCI insists it will oversee testing at 2009 Tour de France
PARIS -- Cycling's world governing body and the French anti-doping agency are at odds over drug-testing for next year's Tour de France.
UCI chief Pat McQuaid insists his organization will oversee the program, but the French agency claims it will be in charge.
AFLD president Pierre Bordry oversaw the testing at this year's Tour because of a rift between the UCI and ASO, the Tour organizers. But McQuaid says, now that the feud has eased, the UCI will take charge of the testing again ...
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