Tour de France UCI doping inspector responds to AFLD criticism

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The UCI anti-doping inspector on the Tour de France has responded to accusations made by Pierre Bordry, the director of the French Anti-Doping Agency (AFLD), during this year's race.

Britain’s Barry Broadbent, one of two UCI anti-doping inspectors at the Tour de France, was accused of favouring the Astana team before stage eight from Andorra-La-Vielle to Saint-Girons on July 11.

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