Pantano returns adverse finding for EPO, suspended by Trek-Segafredo

Pantano returns adverse finding for EPO, suspended by Trek-Segafredo

Joe Robinson 15 Apr 2019 Colombian provisionally suspended by UCI with opportunity to request B-sample test Trek-Segafredo have suspended Colombian climber Jarlison Pantano after confirming he returned an adverse analytical finding (AAF) for Erythropoietin, commonly known as EPO, in an out-of-competition control. The team confirmed in a statement released on Monday afternoon that the 30-year-old would be suspended with immediate effect in accordance to the team's zero-tolerance stance to doping . The statement read: 'It is with deep disappointment that we have just learned that our rider, Jarlinson Pantano, has been notified of an adverse analytical finding in a sample collected during an out-of-competition control carried out by the Cycling Anti-Doping Foundation. 'In accordance with our zero-tolerance policy, he has been suspended immediately. We hold our riders and staff to the highest ethical standards and will act and communicate accordingly as more details become available.' See related Gallery: To Hell ...

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