Agencies agree on Tour tests
PARIS -- The French Anti-Doping Agency and the International Cycling Union will work together again to conduct doping tests during the Tour de France.
The organizations have signed a new deal extending their recently renewed partnership for the July 2-24 race, AFLD president Bruno Genevois said at a news conference Thursday.
The organizations have been at odds in recent years after former AFLD boss Pierre Bordry criticized the UCI's anti-doping program.
But the UCI and AFLD ...
Read full story