Millar, Pineau and Voeckler to attend doping summit

Scotsman David Millar will have a chance to give his input on how to fight doping in cycling when he attends the Paris antidoping summit on October 22-23. The Saunier Duval rider has been outspoken about doping in the peloton since admitting to having used EPO in 2005 and serving a suspension. Millar will be joined by French riders Jerome Pineau and Thomas Voeckler for the 'International meeting against doping in cycling', which was called by the French Ministry of Health, Youth and Sports.

The meeting was the idea of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), who suggested the gathering after doping scandals erupted at the Tour de France.

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