Millar Time?

It would appear that the British Olympic Association has lost its fight with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) over the legality of life-time bans for those found guilty of drugs offences; a final announcement is expected from the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which has been hearing the BOA/WADA arguments, at lunchtime today (Monday, April 30). It is likely to see the way clear for cyclist David Millar, who received a two-year ban in the run-up to the Athens Olympics for the use of the blood-booster EPO, to try out for qualifiers for the London 2012 GB squad. Since his ban and subsequent humiliation Millar has worked closely with anti-doping organisations and also wrote a warts-and-all book ‘Racing Through the Dark: The Fall and Rise of David Millar’ – take a look at the Cyclo review here.


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