Aussie director quits over Armstrong doping ties
MELBOURNE, Australia -- Former cyclist Matt White has quit as director of an Australian pro cycling squad after saying he was involved in doping while riding with Lance Armstrong's U.S. Postal Service team.
White was the team director of Orica-GreenEDGE. He also resigned as Cycling Australia's professional men's road coordinator and team selector.
He released a statement in which he acknowledged his actions: "I am sad to say that I was part of a team where doping formed part of the ...
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