Mpcc Slams Wada Over Chris Froome Case, Tramadol, Operacion Puerto

Christopher Froome heads to anti-doping control

The Movement for Credible Cycling (MPCC) has issued a scathing attack on the WADA, writing an open letter that criticises the World Anti Doping Agency over its handling of the Chris Froome case, tramadol, Operación Puerto, and the Russian doping scandal. The letter calls for the resignation of the WADA's President, Craig Reedie. The MPCC, a voluntary association of cycling teams who sign up for anti-doping regulations that surpass those of the UCI - which follow the WADA code - met for its general assembly this week and the theme was one of frustration and dissatisfaction with the way anti-doping is being operated. The open letter is especially strong on Froome's salbutamol case . The four-time Tour de France champion returned an adverse analytical finding for the asthma drug during the 2017 Vuelta a España, which he won, but the case was dropped on the eve of the 2018 Tour ...

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