UCI launches anti-doping education
LUGANO, Switzerland -- All professional cyclists will have to complete a new anti-doping education program or lose their right to race.
The International Cycling Union on Friday launched the "True Champion or Cheat?" project to complement extensive testing conducted on more than 1,000 registered racers across all disciplines.
"Education has to be done in parallel with testing," UCI anti-doping manager Anne Gripper told The Associated Press. "It's the future of the sport to have more ...
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