US anti-doping chief wants prosecutions over Armstrong 'cover-up'

CIRC claimed Lance Armstrong and the UCI worked together to write the 'independent' Vrijman report into the American's doping in the 1999 Tour de France

Pat McQuaid.

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US anti-doping chief Travis Tygart has said he will work with the UCI to ensure the rule violations reportedly uncovered by the Cycling Independent Reform Commission (CIRC) are fully investigated and even prosecuted.

In a statement released after CIRC released its report Tygart, who was instrumental in the downfall of Lance Armstrong, blasted the ‘independent’ report carried out by Emile Vrijman.

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