Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Pro cycling's uphill climb

With the Tour de France starting on Saturday, the Washington Post surveys the blows that professional bicycling has taken from a decade of doping scandals.
"When [cycling] gets compared to pro wrestling . . . it's probably at an all-time low, no question about it," said Bill Stapleton, general manager of the Discovery Channel pro cycling team. "Over the last six or eight months, each time I thought it was at rock bottom something new happened."
Here's the story (registration may be required).

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