Cycling: UCI president McQuaid urges Lance Armstrong to spill the beans on his doping

ST. PETERSBURG (AP) - Cycling federation president Pat McQuaid is waiting for a visit from Lance Armstrong.

McQuaid says the American "should jump on his private plane" and travel to the International Cycling Union's (UCI's) headquarters in Switzerland to provide details on his doping, apologise to the sport and offer to help clean up cycling.

McQuaid says Armstrong should also meet the United States Anti-Doping Agency and World Anti-Doping Agency to come clean on how he cheated to win the Tour de France seven times.

McQuaid says "if he has information that is valuable to the sport, he should come forward".