UCI, WADA deny disagreement
GENEVA -- The International Cycling Union and World Anti-Doping Agency have denied claims they clashed over how to manage the biological passport program to catch drug cheats.
The UCI said WADA is "very satisfied" with its handling of the project, which costs $6.2 million annually and has led directly to disciplinary cases against eight riders since its launch in 2008.
"WADA has never expressed any particular concerns on this subject and has taken no measures against the UCI," the ...
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