UCI and WADA to work on joint inquiry into UCI's past

Brian Cookson, Track World Cup 2013-14, Manchester

Cycling's governing body, the UCI, and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) formally announced they will work together on the UCI's inquiry into its past. Overnight, they issued a joint statement after the bodies' presidents met in Johannesburg.

UCI President Brian Cookson and WADA President John Fahey "agreed the broad terms under which the UCI will conduct a Commission of Inquiry into the historical doping problems in cycling," read a statement. "They further agreed that their respective colleagues would co-operate to finalise the detailed terms and conditions of the Inquiry to ensure that the procedures and ultimate outcomes would be in line with the fundamental rules and principles of the World Anti-Doping Code."

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