and what is the chance that cycling weekly will ask the necessary questions?thehog said:Here's your chance:
Cycling Weekly is visiting the headquarters of cycle sport's governing body, the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), this week.
During our visit we will be talking to a UCI technical representative along with UCI president Pat McQuaid about a range of subjects.
As part of the interview, we would like to table 12 questions from Cycling Weekly readers. Please email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, giving us your name and town/city.
The answers to the questions will then be published in a future edition of Cycling Weekly magazine.
That was the picture that first came to my mind when I saw the article's topic on CN.BroDeal said:"There has never been corruption at the UCI. Our Union is more than a union. It is a federation of the world. Questioning it is questioning humanity and life itself. We will last forever while our enemies will drink the brackish water of frustration and defeat. By the short hairs of the Prophet, may all who question our great Union be sent to the third hell to be torn apart by dogs. Long life to our dear leader, Pat McQuaid."