Rob Hayles Halfords Bikehut 2008

Rob Hayles has insisted he has done nothing wrong and said that he will spend the next few weeks undergoing further tests to clear his name.

Speaking on BBC Radio Five Live, just a few hours after being found with a high haematocrit and suspended for two weeks by the UCI on the first day of the track world championships, Hayles refuted any accusations of blood doping.

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