Bordry wants additional Tour tests
PARIS -- French anti-doping agency president Pierre Bordry criticized the International Cycling Union's biological passport program on Thursday and said he wanted to perform additional tests during the Tour de France.
Attending a scientific symposium on doping, Bordry questioned the passport's reliability and suggested the UCI was misusing its information.
"I don't think the biological passport is useful," Bordry said. "What we need is neutral information on biological data. And we ...
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