Another cyclist nabbed by Operation Aderlass

Supported by Operation Aderlass, the Austrian police investigation into blood doping, has claimed another scalp: MTB racer Christina Kollmann-Forstner. Earlier this week the UCI announced that it had notified Kollmann-Forstner of “potential Anti-Doping Rule Violations (Use of Prohibited Method and Possession of Prohibited Method)” based on information it had received from Austrian law enforcement authorities “in the … The post Another cyclist nabbed by Operation Aderlass appeared first on CyclingTips .

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