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Published May 6, 2013
WHITE COMES CLEAN: The SYDNEY MORNING HERALD reported former pro cyclist Matt White has revealed that "he took performance-enhancing drugs for most of his professional career, saying he became desensitised to the idea of injecting himself after initially feeling rattled." White, who last week announced that "he had completed a backdated six-month suspension from the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority, admits he only stopped doping in the last year of his racing career because he'd 'had enough.'" The admission last year "cost him his job as director at Australian-owned pro team Orica-GreenEDGE and also his part-time role with the national road team for Cycling Australia" (SMH, 5/6).