French anti-doping chief regrets Armstrong's decision

The head of the French Anti-doping Agency Pierre Bordry was disappointed in Lance Armstrong's decision to refuse the re-analysis of his 1999 Tour de France urine samples for EPO on Thursday. Speaking with the BBC, Bordry said that had the tests been done and come back clean, "it would have been very good for him."

"But he doesn't want to do it and that's his problem," Bordry said.

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