Giro calls for drug free cycling

Giro d'Italia organiser, Angelo Zomegnan, has called for a clean race in 2008 and said cycling...

Giro d'Italia organiser, Angelo Zomegnan, has called for a clean race in 2008 and said cycling needed to undergo substantial changes next year if it wants to put an end to the doping scandals that have rocked the sport, according to British paper The Telegraph.

WADA along with the UCI have already stated that they will be collecting blood samples from all riders in 2008 that will be used to create a medical profile for each rider. These profiles will then be used to compare data registered in doping tests.

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