On your bikes: Why Cycling Australia's chiefs should exit over Armstrong and White drugs revelations

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Catherine Ordway is a sports and anti-doping consultant who works with national and international sport organisations to provide policy advice on integrity and anti-doping issues in sport. In the wake of the Lance Armstrong revelations, she looks at drugs in cycling and finds Cycling Australia has had plenty of time to deal with the "stink" around the sport, but failed. On Wednesday, CA sacked employee Matt White, an Australian who admitted to doping after being exposed in the investigation into Armstrong. Now, says Ordway, the organisations leaders should follow White out the door.

Period18 Oct 2012

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  • TitleOn your bikes: Why Cycling Australia's chief should exit over the Armstrong and White drugs revelations
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletSports Business Insider
    Media typePrint
    Duration/Length/Size3 Pages
    CountryAustralia
    Date18/10/12
    DescriptionCatherine Ordway is a sports and anti-doping consultant who works with national and international sport organisations to provide policy advice on integrity and anti-doping issues in sport. In the wake of the Lance Armstrong revelations, she looks at drugs in cycling and finds Cycling Australia has had plenty of time to deal with the "stink" around the sport, but failed. On Wednesday, CA sacked employee Matt White, an Australian who admitted to doping after being exposed in the investigation into Armstrong. Now, says Ordway, the organisations leaders should follow White out the door.
    Producer/AuthorCatherine Ordway
    PersonsCatherine Ordway