Pat McQuaid: I have completely changed culture of doping within cycling

Pat McQuaid

Embattled UCI president, Pat McQuaid believes he is the man who has "completely changed the culture of doping" in cycling ever since he came into power in 2005.

Speaking on RTÉ Radio One yesterday, the Irishman insisted he is part of the "new guard" in the sport and has done more than most others to fight the scourge of doping which reached its nadir in October last year when Lance Armstrong was exposed as a drug cheat and subsequently stripped of his seven Tour de France titles.

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