UCI stands firm in Armstrong case

Pat McQuaid, World Championships 2012

The Union Cycliste International (UCI) is holding its ground regarding Lance Armstrong, saying it has cover up nothing. It is waiting for the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) to pass along its files before it makes its next move.

The international federation's president, Pat McQuaid spoke today in a press conference at the World Championships in Valkenburg, The Netherlands. Over the hour, most of the questions centred on doping and the Armstrong investigation.

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