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Aussie cyclists who doped urged to come forward

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Australia's sports anti-doping body on Friday urged cyclists who took drugs to come forward, saying "the days of remaining silent are over" in the wake of the Lance Armstrong scandal. 

This file photo shows the peleton riding during the 2nd stage of the 2012 Tour Down Under, in Stirling, in January. Australia's sports anti-doping body on Friday urged cyclists who took drugs come forward, saying "the days of remaining silent are over" in the wake of the Lance Armstrong scandal.

The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) began investigations after its US counterpart accused Armstrong of helping orchestrate the most sophisticated doping programme in the history of the sport.

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