Team Sky will not release further information on Chris Froome salbutamol case

Chris Froome (Team Sky) shows off the new jersey for the Tour de France

Team Sky have stated that they will not release any further information explaining how Chris Froome was cleared of an anti-doping violation in his salbutamol case, despite Froome’s claim on Monday that full details of the process would be divulged to the media. In an interview with Sky Sports News on Monday, shortly after the UCI had announced that it had dropped anti-doping proceedings against him, Froome said: "It is a very complicated process. It has taken nine months of dealing with the UCI, going back and forth on this point. It's not something I've got my head around fully. It's very technical data. All of that will be fully communicated in the media in the next few days about how we got to this point." A spokesperson for Team Sky has since contacted Cyclingnews to correct Froome's remarks, stating that the onus was on the UCI and WADA to ...

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