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British Cycling Comes Under Scrutiny Over Claims Equipment Is On Sale Online

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 29 / 16

UK Sport has instructed British Cycling "to investigate claims that equipment has been made for sale on auction websites," according to Matt McGeehan of the PA. British Cycling personnel "are understood to have met on Tuesday morning to address claims" that high-performance kit, including skins...

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