“..He chose to quit professional cycling and its inherent doping programmes – and later spoke out against that culture and Armstrong’s role in the scandal.
Now that the United States Anti-Doping Agency has issued a damning report showing Armstrong and his professional teams were at the heart of the doping conspiracy when he won the Tour de France seven years in a row – Mr Swart to some extent feels vindicated after previously being attacked by those who denied wrongdoing.
The former Morrinsville man now lives in Hamilton where he works with his brother Jack – also a former national cycling representative.
Mr Swart is also one of 11 former team-mates of Armstrong’s who gave evidence to the USADA leading up to the report.
He said he had spoken out originally to expose the drug-taking culture of professional cycling -
- rather than to single out Armstrong…”
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