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An analysis of Sylvain Georges's B sample has confirmed his failed drugs test during the Giro d'Italia, the International Cycling Union (UCI) said on Tuesday. Georges, the French AG2R rider, tested positive for the stimulant Heptaminol in a urine
Advertisement ''However, if they had doped or assisted others to dope in the past, they would most likely have remained silent.'' Vance reported ''no admission'' in her interviews ''other than the already known cases of Matt White and Neil Stephens''.
Stephens was a rider on the Festina team that was busted for systematic doping during the 1998 Tour de France. Vance said. "In accordance with the general recommendations for past doping offences, it is recommended that no sanction or workplace
Athletics Kenya said on Tuesday it set up an anti-doping center in the north-western town of Eldoret, the epicentre of distance running in the east African nation. Allegations that Kenyan athletes were using drugs surfaced ahead of the London
The World Anti-Doping Agency has revoked the accreditation of a laboratory in Tunisia because it has failed to comply with international standards. Executive Committee announced the decision Monday following a review by its disciplinary panel.
Former rider Bobby Julich, who left a coaching position with Team Sky last year after admitting doping during his professional career, has joined BMC as a consultant, the Swiss-based cycling team said on Sunday. "Bobby Julich has been hired to
UCI to appeal over blood bags decision The International Cycling Union (UCI) is to appeal against a Spanish court's decision to destroy 200 blood bags presented as evidence in the trial of Eufemiano Fuentes. Dr Fuentes, accused of running one of the
Madrid is campaigning to host the 2020 Olympic Games, but that plan may be jeopardized by a court ruling that levied only minor sentences against a doping ring whose conduct outraged Spain. Madrid Last week, a Spanish court caused dismay and outrage
Essendon players were prescribed the anti-obesity drug AOD-9604 last season. But Essendon last night insisted consent forms revealed today by the Herald Sun did not prove any of its players used the substance, which is banned for use by athletes. The
AOD-9604 was not prohibited in 2012 after insisting again yesterday it believed its players will not be sanctioned. Bombers chairman David Evans said he was "more comfortable" about players beating bans if charged under anti-doping provisions. "I am