Uci Responds To Criticism Surrounding Chris Froome Judgement

UCI responds to criticism surrounding Chris Froome judgement

Joe Robinson 6 Jul 2018 The issue of Petacchi and Ulissi plus the reasons for Froome's acquittal have been divulged by the UCI The UCI has responded in length to the criticism it has received for the decision to acquit Chris Froome of his adverse analytical finding for salbutamol just days before the start of the Tour de France. The sport's governing body announced on Monday that it would close its investigations into Froome stating that 'based on the specific facts of the case, that Mr Froome’s sample results, taken at the 2017 Vuelta a Espana , do not constitute an AAF.' This opened up the path for Froome to defend his Tour title with race organiser's ASO threatening to block his participation if the investigation remained without conclusion. The UCI 's somewhat sudden decision raised many questions in the public domain such as what evidence did the UCI and ...

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