Chris Froome: Information on salbutamol case to be released in coming days

Chris Froome in red after stage 17 at the Vuelta

Chris Froome has said that further details of his salbutamol case and the reasons why he was cleared will be released in the coming days. On Monday morning, the UCI announced that after a nine-month investigation, they were closing their case on Froome's elevated levels of salbutamol from an anti-doping test during the 2017 Vuelta a Espana The statement said that the UCI had conferred with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) during the process, and they had agreed with the decision, but it did not go into the scientific details behind it. "It is a very complicated process. It has taken nine months of dealing with the UCI, going back and forth on this point. It's not something I've got my head around fully," Froome said in an interview on Sky Sports News . "It's very technical data. All of that will be fully communicated in the media in the ...

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