Leading cycling rider Mark Cavendish is seemingly disappointed with the recently released doping report by the independent investigation committee of UCI. He has snubbed the report stating that it’s unreliable & contains “all shit from past year compiled in one document.”
He has also stressed that the report has come from the “unreliable sources”.
As per the statements from the sprint great that he hadn’t been asked to provide any information & according to him the report doesn’t include views from sufficient contemporary riders.
“I was not approached to contribute anything”, stated a dissatisfied Cavendish.
“I can say that 95 percent of peloton would be aware of one cyclist who could have stated certain comments. There’re some quotes which are from some unreliable sources which do not imply anything & completely warp the entire sense of this document.”
It’s true that the document provides a damning and lucid analysis of Armstrong’s (Lance) dealing with UCI in between 1999 & 2010- yet this document is not clear of actual state of riding now.
“The commission didn’t hear from anybody credible in this sport who could offer a clean sheet to cycling regarding doping issues today.”
It drew sparks from Millar & also from Olympic gold winner Geraint Thomas.
“It feels really insulting when somebody says that riding is filthy & that I am doing things wrong. I commit everything to the sport & I feel that it’s really lot cleaner now”, remarked an angry Sky captain.
As per Cavendish, UCI’s doping report does not add much in regards to knowledge.
“Honestly, I don’t feel that there is something particularly new here”, he stressed about the report. “It just contains all shit from past year put into one compiled report.”
Cavendish would be next seen racing in 150-rider field that would include a Box Hill climb & finish on Mall in the central London.