In face of team defiance, UCI president stands firm
MANCHESTER, England -- Pat McQuaid vowed to fight on as president of cycling's governing body on Saturday despite losing the support of leading professional teams in a power struggle with major race organizers.
"I've no intention of resigning," the International Cycling Union (UCI) head told Reuters at the track cycling world championships.
The teams decided to ride the Paris-Nice stage race,
organized by Amaury Sport Organization in March even
though it was not a UCI-sanctioned ...
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