Wada Explains Why It Cleared Froome, Prudhomme Confirms Rider Can Compete In Tour

Supported by The World Anti-Doping Agency has commented on the decision to clear Chris Froome of an Adverse Analytical Finding involving excessive levels of Salbutamol, confirming Monday’s announcement while essentially admitting that it didn’t follow its own regulations in doing so. On Monday morning the UCI announced that it and WADA had concluded that Chris Froome didn’t … The post WADA explains why it cleared Froome, Prudhomme confirms rider can compete in Tour appeared first on CyclingTips .

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