Ukad data questions Chris Froome defence in possible anti-doping charge

01 March 2018 12:14
• Froome returned adverse analytical finding last September in Spain• Froome and Team Sky say legal dose can lead to adverse resultsOne of Chris Froome’s most likely defences against a possible anti-doping charge does not appear to be supported by UK Anti-Doping data released via a freedom of information request.The Team Sky cyclist returned a urine sample with twice the allowed concentration of asthma drug salbutamol - what is known as an adverse analytical finding (AAF) - during his winning ride at the Vuelta a Espana last September. Related: Chris Froome and Dave Brailsford defiant as Team Sky rider returns Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian