Cycling union considers offering amnesty to admitted dopers
COPENHAGEN, Denmark -- The International Cycling Union is considering an amnesty for riders who admit to doping, hoping to encourage more confessions in an effort to clean up the sport.
Despite a string of recent confessions from prominent riders -- including 1996 Tour de France winner Bjarne Riis -- UCI anti-doping manager Anne Gripper said she doubts more confessions will come unless the cyclists are sure they won't be punished.
The UCI received several suggestions for ...
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