Analysis: Wada Appears To Contradict Uci Over Froome Case Decision

The World Anti-Doping Agency has apparently moved to distance itself from the UCI’s statement last week that it followed that Agency’s lead in dropping the case against Chris Froome. Releasing a statement on Wednesday, the agency repeatedly said that the UCI was the body which came to the decision to end the enquiry. This appears … The post Analysis: WADA appears to contradict UCI over Froome case decision appeared first on CyclingTips .

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