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March 28th, 2010

Cycling chiefs warn track giants over illegal technology

Abstract:
Britain and fellow track powers Germany and Australia were warned on Saturday that attempts to leave weaker nations behind thanks to illegal technological advances will not be tolerated.

McQuaid said between now and the 2012 Games the UCI would move to "guarantee" that all teams would be using equipment, including clothing developed via nanotechnology, that fell within the rules.

"At London in 2012 we can guarantee there will be no-one using bikes, equipment and not even clothing (that is illegal) - because we are aware of developments in nanotechnology that can aid athletes in ways that would be outside the rules."

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