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July 02, 2004

Millar out of Olympics

SBS | No Olympics for Millar

David Millar has withdrawn from the Athens Olympics, according to a statement quoted by Sportal of Australia and posted on Millar's website:

"He has been suspended from British cycling pending a judicial hearing and voluntarily removes himself from the British Olympic Team."

Millar is still on the Cofidis team, but it doesn't look like that can last:

"David has not been axed by the team," Cofidis communications director Alexandre Michaud said.

"We will meet up with him during the Tour and if he says to us what he said to the judge - that he took EPO - his contract will be terminated."

Posted by Frank Steele on July 2, 2004 in 2004 Olympics, Cofidis probe, David Millar, Top Stories | Permalink

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