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SBD Global/September 11, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Int'l Cycling Union Presidential Candidates Clash Over Corruption Allegations
Published September 11, 2013
MCQUAID CONFIDENT: The AFP reported McQuaid said that "he is confident that now he has been cleared to be a candidate he will be re-elected easily" as UCI president later this month. McQuaid: "I am confident once I get to Florence I will win it quickly" (AFP, 9/10). The BBC's Richard Conway reported McQuaid said that cycling "could face an uncertain Olympic future unless he is re-elected as head of the governing body later this month." McQuaid said that the sport "would lose influence in the Olympic movement if he was deposed" (BBC, 9/9).