UCI urged to pay for probe into Armstrong links
GENEVA -- If cycling leaders want a credible independent investigation about their possible cover-up of Lance Armstrong's doping, they must give the panel sufficient funding and resources.
Sylvia Schenk, an anti-corruption expert and a former board member of cycling's governing body, told The Associated Press that the "commission will not be able to do everything itself."
"It must outsource some of the things that need to be done," said Schenk, the sports adviser for the anti-corruption ...
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