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Perth cyclist Ryan Bayley says he has nothing to hide and will cooperate fully with the latest investigation into the drug-taking scandal which has rocked Australian cycling.
Former keirin world champion Bayley, Jobie Dajka, Sean Eadie, Shane Kelly, Rosealee Hubbard, Anna Meares and Kerrie Meares - all sprint squad colleagues of banned rider Mark French - released a statement yesterday in which they expressed anger at being dragged into the controversy and stated commitment to competing drug-free.
"We are extremely disappointed and angry with ill-informed recent comments and innuendo which have cast a slur on our sport and us," the statement said. "We welcome the independent investigation and want it to be known that we will cooperate fully as we have nothing to hide."