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AUSTRALIA'S REVIEW: The AAP reported that former New South Wales judge James Wood will head a review of Cycling Australia in the wake of the Armstrong doping scandal. Federal Sports Minister Kate Lundy said that the review was necessary "to restore confidence and trust in the sport's national governing body." Wood is a former NSW Supreme Court chief judge and he also is the NSW Law Reform Commission chairman (AAP, 11/7).