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Daily News Digest

In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Hidden motors: 3-4000 UCI tests at Tour, but French announce own plans; MPCC stands with fight against technological fraud; Dan Martin: Ready to take on the big guns in the Tour de France; King may appeal Olympics snub; Orica-GreenEdge for the Tour de France; Trek-Segafredo Tour de France team; Cannondale …

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Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: Chris Froome wins the Critérium du Dauphiné; Cancellara and Sagan triumphant on opening weekend of the Tour de Suisse; Jolien D’hoore takes third consecutive Flanders Diamond Tour; Groenewegen quicker than Griepel in the Rund um Köln; Dehaes beats Boonen to win Ronde van Limburg; Porte blames near-crash …

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Daily News Digest

Valderde takes fourth Flèche Wallonne win; Van der Breggen defends title in Flèche Wallonne Féminine; Landa wins first Trentino road stage; Cavendish wins stage two at Tour of Croatia; Will the UCI’s disc-brake ruling impact major bike brands — or will consumers even care?; Photo gallery: Tro-Bro Leon; MPCC reacts to motors in bikes report; …

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MPCC blasts teams who left organisation, said they used anti-doping body for PR purposes

Body also calls for automatic four year bans for use of hidden motors and requests WADA bans tramadol and corticosteroids Responding to the decisions of several teams in recent months to walk away from the MPCC, the anti-doping body has criticised the move and suggested that the teams concerned had previously used the body for …

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Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: Andrea Guardini wins stage one of the Tour de Langkawi; Martinelli takes stage two of the Tour Cycliste International La Provence; Roche says Contador is now too inconsistent to win another Tour de France; Cannondale GC leader Uran talks Giro d’Italia. “Of course it is possible to …

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Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: Voeckler wins stage one of the Tour Cycliste International La Provence; Facing team suspension over doping cases, Katusha quits MPCC; Orica-GreenEdge also exits MPCC; How a 10-year partnership between Velon and Infront could change pro cycling; Alaphilippe back from mononucleosis, lines out in Tour La Provence; Vansummeren …

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Facing team suspension over doping cases, Katusha quits MPCC

Russian WorldTour team Katusha announced Tuesday that it would leave the voluntary Mouvement Pour Un Cyclisme Crédible (MPCC) immediately. Citing a discrepancy between the sport’s international governing body, the UCI, and the MPCC, the voluntary anti-doping organization of professional teams, regarding Katusha’s multiple doping offenses within 12 months, the Russian team opted out of its …

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Andrea Palini leads the Tour of Hainan after back-to-back stage wins; Confusion over status of Tramadol in 2016, WADA contradicts MPCC and says it isn’t banned; Ryder – Meintjes leaving MTN-Qhubeka is like a gaping wound; Cycling Australia announces two new appointments to the board …

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Confusion over status of Tramadol in 2016; WADA contradicts MPCC and says it isn’t banned

A statement released by the MPCC anti-doping movement on Wednesday has led to some confusion, with that release appearing to say that the painkiller tramadol would be banned next season. MPCC member teams voluntarily accept regulations that are tougher than WADA’s own rules. In November 2013 it said that its members had undertook not to …

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Joaquim Rodriguez wins stage 15 of the Vuelta, Aru maintains overall lead; Elia Viviani wins Tour of Britain’s opening stage; Hansen takes a third straight stage win for Cannondale-Garmin at the Tour of Alberta; Fabio Felline wins GP de Fourmies; Lisa Brennauer claims overall victory …

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