It’s time to finally ban tramadol in cycling: A pharmacist’s view

For years now there have been loud calls from within cycling to ban tramadol from competition. This strong painkiller has reportedly been used by many riders to dampen feelings of pain, allowing them to push harder than they might have otherwise. But despite widespread concern about the drug — including from the UCI — the … The post It’s time to finally ban tramadol in cycling: A pharmacist’s view appeared first on CyclingTips .

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