David Millar 'sickened' by Rabobank pulling out of cycling

Millar 'sickened' by Rabobank exit
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David Millar hits out at Rabobank's exit from cycling on Twitter, describing the decision as "sickening".

British cyclist David Millar has described Rabobank quitting cycling as "sickening".

The Dutch bank is ending its involvement with the sport following the recent controversy surrounding Lance Armstrong.

Millar reacted to the news on Twitter, saying: "Dear Rabobank, you were part of the problem. How dare you walk away from your young clean guys who are part of the solution. Sickening."

The Garmin-Sharp rider served a two-year suspension after failing a drugs test in 2004, but now campaigns against doping.

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