Plans to use pro cyclists' power data to help stop doping

Performance data will be used alongside the present Biological Passport in the fight against doping

The Tour de France director wants to ban power meters .

Chris Froome, Nairo Quintana and every pro cyclist will have to share all their performance data from training sessions and races if new plans to boost the fight against doping become reality.

The information could be used alongside the Biological Passport to clear clean riders of false allegations and shine a spotlight on those who might be cheating, say experts from the University of Kent.

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