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Italian authorities are investigating former sprinting star Mario Cipollini for tax evasion. The sum...
Italian authorities are investigating former sprinting star Mario Cipollini for tax evasion. The sum in question is some five million Euros, according to the press agency sid. From 2000 to 2004, Cipollini claimed that his home was in Monte Carlo in order to avoid paying taxes in Italy, it is being alleged, although he never actually lived in Monte Carlo.
The former world champion is currently working as an advisor to Team Liquigas. He ended his active career in 2005 after 17 years and 189 victories.