Two Austrian Cyclists Banned For Doping In Operation Aderlass

Supported by Two Austrian cyclists were banned for four years on Thursday for being part of an international blood-doping ring involving multiple sports. The Austrian Anti-Doping Legal Committee banned Stefan Denifl and Georg Preidler, who both raced in Grand Tours and made up Austria’s road-race team at the 2016 Olympics. The two were provisionally suspended by the … The post Two Austrian cyclists banned for doping in Operation Aderlass appeared first on CyclingTips .

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