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July 27, 2004

Millar: I'll work to warn young cyclists

BBC SPORT | Millar eyes example role

David Millar wants to be the canary in the coal mine, helping cycling bodies understand how riders avoid testing positive, and helping young riders avoid pressure to dope.

"I made mistakes and am ready to learn. I'd like to explain the dangers to young riders," he told the Guardian.

"I am someone who can give reasons why cyclists should not take drugs."

The full article at the Guardian is well worth reading.

Posted by Frank Steele on July 27, 2004 in David Millar, Doping, Top Stories | Permalink

Comments

Interesting that he's only come out against doping after getting caught. So the lesson for the young riders is: doping is dangerous because...you might get caught and banned from the sport? Okee dokee.

Posted by: Eric the Red at Jul 28, 2004 11:19:43 AM

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