Cycling is angry at Lance Armstrong - Bradley Wiggins

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We'll restore faith in cycling - Wiggins

Tour de France winner and Olympic road race champion Bradley Wiggins says there is a lot of anger at Lance Armstrong over the doping scandal centred on the American because current cyclists are being stigmatised for the actions of previous riders.

Wiggins says Armstrong, who has been stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned for life for doping offences, should come clean about the allegations made against him, but says the 41-year old may not because he is "stubborn".

Dave Brailsford, Team Sky's general manager, says he believes in "zero tolerance" for drugs cheats while Wiggins's team-mate Chris Froome says he doesn't feel proud of the sport but that it is up to the current generation of competitors to change the outlook.

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