Welsh cyclist Elinor Barker has told ITV that she sees herself at the forefront of a new generation of clean cyclists.
The eighteen-year-old, from Cardiff, recently won a gold medal at the World Track Championships.
She says has never been under pressure to take performance-enhancing drugs.
You can see the full interview with Elinor - and the chair of Sport Wales, Laura McAllister - on our sports chat show 'In Touch' at 11.15pm.
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