'I don't believe Team Sky would play with the rules', says new recruit Kenny Elissonde

The young Frenchman says he's already been sent to several meetings about Team Sky's "very strong" anti-doping policy

Kenny Elissonde at the 2016 Vuelta a España (Yuzuru Sunada)

(Image credit: Yuzuru SUNADA)

New Team Sky recruit Kenny Elissonde says he doesn't believe the British squad would bend anti-doping rules to gain an advantage.

The young Frenchman joined up with the squad in the off-season after his signing was announced in late October, and says he has already been in a number of meetings where Team Sky staff have hammered home their anti-doping policy.

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