UCI eyes Lance Armstrong case
NEW YORK -- Cycling's international governing body is pressing its case for jurisdiction over the doping case against Lance Armstrong.
In a statement released Saturday, the International Cycling Union (UCI) argues that it -- and not the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency -- is the authority that should handle the Armstrong case. USADA officials disagree, and say that with so much corruption in cycling, UCI has a strong motivation not to reveal the truth.
USADA has accused Armstrong of performance-enhancing ...
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