Tramadol Ban, Joint Worlds And Gender Equality On Uci Agenda

Tramadol ban, joint Worlds and gender equality on UCI agenda

Joe Robinson 22 Jun 2018 A whole host of changes announced as UCI takes strides in the fight against gender disparity and the use of tramadol The UCI has unveiled an ambitious agenda for the next four years, which includes the banning of painkiller drug tramadol, the indefinite approval of disc brakes, a surge towards gender equality and a joint World Championships across all cycling disciplines every four years. These changes were announced at the UCI Management Committee in Arzon, France, yesterday giving an indication of the direction of the UCI up to 2022. While some of the plans, such as the joint World Championships, are pending confirmation, some changes will come into effect immediately. The most notable promise set out by the UCI in this recent agenda is the concerted effort to battle gender inequality in professional cycling, which a particular focus on the ethical standards set within the ...

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