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Cycling: Millar faces a two-year ban in drugs saga

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posted on Jun, 26 2004 @ 07:01 PM
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The minimal information available this week on David Millar's website says it all: just like its owner's career, the site has ground to a dramatic and unplanned halt. "We are waiting [for] instructions from his lawyers," says the one three-line note, dated 25 June, which also states that Britain's top road cyclist was released after 48 hours in French police custody on Thursday evening.

No mention, then, of Friday's reports in the French sports newspaper L'Equipe of the Scot's alleged confession that he had used two syringes worth of Eprex, the commercial form of the performance-enhancing drug EPO.

Nor is there any reference to the police raid on the 27-year-old's Continental home in Biarritz, where the empty syringes were said to have been found.


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