Research Paper Raises Questions About Salbutamol Tests, May Aid Froome’S Defence

Supported by Chris Froome’s battle to clear his name may potentially end up drawing on a newly-published study into Salbutamol, as published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. A research paper entitled the ‘futility of current urine salbutamol doping control,’ claimed that there are faults with the current WADA limits, suggesting that a single urine sample … The post Research paper raises questions about Salbutamol tests, may aid Froome’s defence appeared first on CyclingTips .

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