UCI chief says Spain needs to back up new laws with tougher action
STUTTGART, Germany -- Spain's government and the national federation are not doing enough to contain cycling's drug culture, the leader of the sport's world governing body said Monday.
"The biggest problem we have in doping and cycling comes from Spain," UCI president Pat McQuaid said in an interview with The Associated Press. "There seems to be a reluctance to completely clean the problem out in Spain."
Speaking two days before the start of the world championships in Stuttgart, ...
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