Uci: Health Mate-Cyclelive Team Manager Committed Ethics Violations

Supported by The UCI announced on Monday that, following an investigation by a third party agency, the UCI Ethics Commission determined that “violations of the UCI Code of Ethics had been committed” by former Health Mate-Cyclelive team manager Patrick Van Gansen. The Ethics Commission opened an investigation into Van Gansen following the submission of multiple complaints against … The post UCI: Health Mate-Cyclelive team manager committed ethics violations appeared first on CyclingTips .

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