Froome’s defence makes good sense | Letters

08 July 2018 04:07
The cyclist’s account of his use of an anti-asthma drug is not suspicious, says Dr Simon James WoodsChris Froome deserves to be allowed to put his salbutamol control behind him (Sport, 6 July). I was disappointed to see your correspondent sow a seed of doubt about a “contradictory” account of why Froome (or anyone for that matter) would use increased doses of the anti-asthma drug during an exacerbation of symptoms.The Union Cycliste Internationale suggested he “significantly increased his dose” to treat a chest infection; Froome stated there was an “acute worsening of my asthma”. Continue reading. . read full article

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