ASADA call for information
The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) invites anyone who might have information that is possibly relevant to its investigations to confidentially contact ASADA.
Cycling Australia has echoed the ASADA's call for anyone involved with, or has information about, doping activity in the sport of cycling, to come forward.
The request from ASADA comes in the wake of the commencement of the investigation into Cycling Australia’s governance and administrative practices, as announced by the Minister for Sport Senator Kate Lundy earlier this month.
“Cycling Australia is already fully cooperating with all facets of the investigation and we seek the support of anyone within the cycling community to expedite this process,” said Cycling Australia President Klaus Mueller.
“We strongly encourage anyone who may have relevant information to contact ASADA immediately,” Mr Mueller added.
To report suspicious doping activity in sport call our confidential Stamp Out Doping hotline on 13 000 ASADA (13 000 27232) or use the secure and anonymous form on our website at www.asada.gov.au
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