WADA decides against Froome anti-doping appeal

WADA decides against Froome anti-doping appeal

Joe Robinson 2 Jul 2018 WADA will not appeal Froome decision as road opens up for defence of Tour de France title A firm line could have just been drawn underneath the Chris Froome salbutamol investigation as the World Anti-Doping Agency announced that it would not appeal the UCI's decision the close the case . In its own statement WADA confirmed that it would no longer pursue Froome's adverse analytical finding for salbutamol (AAF) at the 2017 Vuelta a Espana, going as far as saying that the original test results did not comprise an AAF. 'WADA’s announcement follows that of the UCI earlier today, which announced that the anti-doping proceedings involving Mr Froome have now been closed,' its statement read. 'Based on careful consideration of the facts, the Agency accepts that the analytical result of Mr Froome’s sample from 7th September 2017 during the Vuelta a Espana, which identified the ...

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