Two German Riders Linked To Blood-Doping Ring

Supported by Operation Aderlass looks set to net a further two riders, with reports that two German WorldTour riders are being investigated over their involvement in a blood-doping ring. The investigations, which began with raids at the World Ski Championships in February of this year, have snowballed through 2019 to reveal a blood-doping network operating across multiple … The post Two German riders linked to blood-doping ring appeared first on CyclingTips .

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