Hybl, Schiller don't want to lead USOC

March 5, 2003
DENVER -- Former U.S. Olympic Committee president Bill Hybl and former executive director Harvey Schiller said Wednesday they are not interested in serving as interim chief executive of the troubled organization.

Hybl said during a World Anti-Doping conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, that he did not want to replace former CEO Lloyd Ward, who resigned Saturday after being reprimanded for conflict-of-interest violations.

"I have not changed my mind,'' he said. "I think ...

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