Lappartient says UCI had to follow WADA’s lead and clear Froome

Supported by UCI President David Lappartient has confirmed that the governing body had to follow suit once WADA cleared Chris Froome over his adverse analytical finding for Salbutamol. The investigation into the Briton was dropped on Monday and, according to Lappartient, WADA was the main driver in this decision. “This case has been closed because the UCI … The post Lappartient says UCI had to follow WADA’s lead and clear Froome appeared first on CyclingTips .

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