UCI drops investigation into Froome, says it accepts no rules were broken in Salbutamol case

Supported by Five days before the start of the Tour de France, the UCI has announced that it has dropped its investigation into Chris Froome and his threshold-exceeding levels of Salbutamol during last year’s Vuelta a España. The surprise announcement came from the governing body on Monday morning and, while short on specifics, made clear that the … The post UCI drops investigation into Froome, says it accepts no rules were broken in Salbutamol case appeared first on CyclingTips .

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