Cycling Australia will meet this week to discuss what action it will take after former road racer Matt White admitted involvement in the Lance Armstrong doping conspiracy, the organisation said on Sunday.
Matt White (L), director of Australian pro cycling team Orica-GreenEDGE, and its owner Gerry Ryan (C) talk with a rider as they drive in the team car during the 2012 Tour Down Under in Prospect, Australia, in January. Australia's former Olympian White on Saturday confessed to being a part of the Lance Armstrong doping conspiracy and quit his roles with Orica-GreenEDGE and Cycling Australia.
White, 38, said he was part of a strategy of doping when he rode on the Armstrong-led US Postal Services team from 2001 to 2003 and told CA Saturday he was standing down from his position as Professional Men's Road Coordinator.
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