Ukad staff visit British Cycling as inquiry starts

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UK Anti-Doping officials have visited British Cycling headquarters as part of an investigation into allegations of wrongdoing in the sport.

Two members of staff went to the National Cycling Centre in Manchester on Friday, but Ukad denied newspaper reports

that the venue was raided.

Ukad said the meeting was pre-arranged with British Cycling’s “full co-operation.”

More to follow.

BBC Sport – Cycling

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