UCI panel to probe doping scandal
GENEVA -- An independent panel will examine possible links between cycling's governing body and the Lance Armstrong doping case.
The three-member panel will meet in London from April 9-26, with a June 1 deadline to deliver its report.
The group consists of retired British judge Philip Otton, Australian lawyer Malcolm Holmes and former Paralympics star Tanni Grey-Thompson.
John Coates, president of the Court of Arbitration for Sport, was key in establishing the panel. The International ...
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