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Steven Swart (born Auckland, 5 January 1965) is a former New Zealand cyclist. He began his professional career with British team, ANC-Halfords and rode the 1987 Tour de France with them. After the ANC team folded later that year, he rode for American teams.
In the 1986 Commonwealth Games he competed in the 4000m team pursuit, the team came second for silver; and in the 4000m individual pursuit.
Doping and cheating revelations
Prompted by his son's taking up racing, Swart spoke up about doping in cycling. He described Lance Armstrong, his Motorola teammate, as one of the strongest advocates of doping when the team decided to dope. “He was the instigator,” Swart told Sports Illustrated. “It was his words that pushed us toward doing it.”  Swart also described his own doping.
Swart also testified, under oath in 2006, that he was paid $50,000 to lose a race, by Armstrong.
Tour de France
- 1987 - abandoned in the 19th stage
- 1994 - 112th
- 1995 - 109th
- 1987 - ANC Halfords
- 1988 - SEFB-Tönissteiner
- 1989 - Coors Light
- 1990 - Coors Light
- 1991 - Coors Light
- 1992 - Coors Light
- 1993 - Coors Light
- 1994 - Motorola
- 1995 - Motorola
- Des Williams (2006). Born to Thunder: Champions of New Zealand Cycling. Last Side Publishing, Hamilton. pp. 252–264. ISBN 0-473-10929-8.
Jack & Steven Swart: Serious Tour riders
- Profile at the New Zealand Olympic Committee website (as Steven Swart)
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