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Goucher’s claims came a day after it was revealed Usada’s team of detectives, who brought down Armstrong in 2012, has put its investigations into Salazar and Farah’s training partner Galen Rupp on a more formal footing by interviewing the Oregon Project athlete Treniere Moser. On Sunday night Salazar promised to co-operate with Usada if it decides to question him, saying: “Absolutely, I’ve got nothing to hide.” However, when asked whether he would do so under oath, he said: “I don’t understand exactly what that means. I’d need to speak to my lawyer.” When told it would mean if he lied then he would be in trouble, Salazar repeated: “I would have to speak to my lawyer about that."