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Cycling Australia Announces Jayco As Team's Naming-Rights Sponsor
Published December 20, 2012
RYAN DEFENDS CYCLING: In Sydney, Samantha Lane reported Ryan said the sport "does more than most to eradicate doping." Ryan said that his professional road team spent €200,000 ($264,900) on anti-doping programs in its debut season on the World Tour circuit this year. Ryan: ''I think if you look at the past six years the sport and the programs they have implemented, with the [biological] passport system, is probably one of the cleanest sports, or most tested sports, in the world'' (SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 12/20).