Greg LeMond wants to run UCI
Greg LeMond says the president of the International Cycling Union can't remain in his job while a panel examines possible links between the organization and the doping case involving Lance Armstrong.
to them if they stuck their heads above the parapet and were critical of the UCI," Fuller said.
Speaking on the same media conference panel as Fuller, investigative journalist Paul Kimmage claimed cyclists are "terrified of what the repercussions might be -- that's not the sign of a healthy organization."
But Australian anti-doping scientist Michael Ashenden, who helped the UCI develop its anti-doping biological passport project, believes the organization has a future.
"I don't believe there is a need to dissolve the UCI," Ashenden said.