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Armstrong was a scapegoat, says McQuaid
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Lance Armstrong made ''a scapegoat'' by US...

Banned cyclist Lance Armstrong was the victim of "a witch hunt" and made a scapegoat by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), says former International Cycling Union (UCI) president Pat McQuaid. Zee News, 4 days ago
Armstrong made a scapegoat: McQuaid 24Dunia, 3 days ago
McQuaid: Armstrong 'was scapegoat' Japan Times, 3 days ago
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Lance Armstrong 'scapegoat' in doping fiasco, says former world cycling chief pat McQuaid

McQuaid, former president of world governing body the International Cycling Union (UCI), said that he had a 'certain sympathy' with Armstrong, who was banned for life from all sport and stripped of his seven Tour de France titles for doping.
 DNA4 days ago Ex-head of UCI McQuaid believes Armstrong was made 'scapegoat' in doping scandal  Topnews.in4 days ago Armstrong is a scapegoat - McQuaid  BBC4 days ago Ban confirmed for Armstrong  Fijilive.com3 days ago
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Hearing for Park's doping case set for Feb 27

Seoul, Jan 28 (IANS) FINA, swimming's world governing body has scheduled a hearing on star South Korean swimmer Park Tae-hwan's doping case Feb 27, the Korea Swimming Federation (KSF) said Wednesday.Park's doping scandal was revealed Monday. Former ...
 24Dunia3 days ago
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Armstrong just another USADA scapegoat?

1 0 Robin Williams jokes with Lance Armstrong the Tour de France July 20, 2004 ReutersNEW YORK, Jan 28 — Banned cyclist Lance Armstrong was the victim of a witch hunt and made a scapegoat by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), says ...
 My.NewsHub.org4 days ago
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Lance Armstrong: ICU boss Cookson not tough enough on doping

Lance Armstrong has hit out at International Cycling Union president Brian Cookson for failing to take the tough approach on doping that he promised. Former head of British Cycling Cookson was elected president of the world governing body in ...
 ITV.com4 days ago Armstrong blasts UCI boss  AOL UK4 days ago Armstrong blasts uci boss cookson  Capital Bay4 days ago

Lance Armstrong apologises to Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome for putting them through doping questions

So I feel bad for those guys, they shouldn't have been put in that position. Im not sure why they were put in a position to answer 15-year-old questions, but it's unfortunate for all of us, especially for them. Armstrong was more critical of ...
 ACQ Magazine4 days ago
Kazakh TV

Astana should be banned - Armstrong

27.01.2015 08:24 Lance Armstrong believes Brian Cookson has not delivered on his campaign promises since taking over at the International Cycling Union (UCI). Cookson, the ex-head of British Cycling, beat Ireland's Pat McQuaid ina ...
 Kazakh TV5 days ago

The ten influencers 2015

"SportsPro has become essential reading for all involved in the sports industry." - George OGrady, Chief Executive, PGA European Tour "SportsPro is an in-depth, informative read every month, and its online output is second to none." - Tim ...
 SportsPro Media2 weeks ago End it like Begum: a British Asian woman's quest for the muay thai world title  SportsPro Media1 month ago
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Brailsford wants tougher UCI stance on doping

Team Sky principal Sir Dave Brailsford has hit out at cycling's governing body for their inaction over Astana's recent doping scandal. Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali's Astana team were by the International Cycling Union (UCI) despite ...
 ESPN.co.uk2 weeks ago Brailsford anger at Astana inaction  BBC2 weeks ago

Prince Ali's all-star cast

He will need all the help he can get if he is to topple Sepp Blatter as FIFA president, and Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein may soon be able to call upon some of the biggest names in football to back his bid. In the week that the head of the Jordan ...
 Today Online3 weeks ago David Beckham and Thierry Henry to back Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein in battle to oust Fifa president Sepp Blatter  ACQ Magazine3 weeks ago
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