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Got asthma? You might want to pay attention to these new guidelines

Late last year, the Global Initiative on Asthma announced a fundamental change to the way it recommends treating asthma. As pharmacist Da...

Analysis: WADA appears to contradict UCI over Froome case decision

The World Anti-Doping Agency has apparently moved to distance itself from the UCI’s statement last week that it followed that Agency’s le...

Opinion: Why WADA and the UCI’s handling of the Froome case is damaging to sport

It was the final paragraph that really jarred. “The UCI understands that there will be significant discussion of this decision, but wishe...

Lappartient says UCI had to follow WADA’s lead and clear Froome

UCI President David Lappartient has confirmed that the governing body had to follow suit once WADA cleared Chris Froome over his adverse ...

UCI drops investigation into Froome, says it accepts no rules were broken in Salbutamol case

Five days before the start of the Tour de France, the UCI has announced that it has dropped its investigation into Chris Froome and his t...

Tour de France organisers move to prevent Froome’s participation

There still remains almost a week to go until the start of the Tour de France, but Chris Froome is fending off an early attack on his bid...

Could Froome lose his Giro, or be blocked from the Tour? A sports lawyer Q&A

It was in December last year that the news broke of Chris Froome's adverse analytical finding for raised salbutamol levels. Immediately, ...

Piss take: Researchers defend study claiming Salbutamol urine test is flawed

“We lie as doctors. We say we make you better but actually we just make you as good as you were before you got ill. This fact means we ra...

Research paper raises questions about Salbutamol tests, may aid Froome’s defence

Chris Froome’s battle to clear his name may potentially end up drawing on a newly-published study into Salbutamol, as published in the Br...

ASO said to be considering blocking Froome from Tour

Chris Froome has made clear that he believes any results gained prior to a final verdict in his salbutamol case will stand. In that light...

Report: Froome case moves next step towards judgement

It's a month a half since the news emerged of Chris Froome's salbutamol case but, despite suggestions it could take up to a year to resol...

Dennis on Froome: 'I've got zero tolerance for any sort of positive test'

BUNINYONG, Australia (CT) – Newly minted Australian time trial champion Rohan Dennis (BMC) has offered his perspective on the Chris Froom...

The story behind the story: Breaking the news about Froome's salbutamol case

It’s been a season full of news about cycling, but probably the biggest story came in early December: Chris Froome was battling a doping ...

‘It certainly doesn’t look good’: A doctor speaks about the Froome case

Dr. Conor McGrane has been involved in the sport for many years, and has served as Cycling Ireland’s doctor since 2005. Last year he gave...

The Secret Pro: My thoughts on Froome's positive and the bikes we ride

In the hours before this Secret Pro was scheduled to be published, news broke that Chris Froome had tested positive for twice the legal a...

Nibali on Froome salbutamol case: No one can give me back the thrill of winning the Vuelta

Vuelta a Espana runner-up Vincenzo Nibali has reacted with dismay to the news of Chris Froome’s adverce analytical finding for salbutamol...

Why do so many elite cyclists have asthma?

In the wake of the Simon Yates adverse analytical finding for the anti-asthma medication Terbutaline, CyclingTips has sought to answer a ...

Lampre-Merida quits MPCC over Ulissi case

A standoff between the MPCC anti-doping group and the Lampre-Merida team over the situation involving the rider Diego Ulissi has led to t...

Ulissi handed nine month ban over positive test but expresses relief

Double Giro d’Italia stage winner Diego Ulissi has said that he is pleased despite being handed a nine-month ban after testing positive f...

Ulissi returns to racing but is then sidelined again after UCI requests disciplinary measures be taken

He’s been sidelined for months since the news broke in June that he was facing likely disciplinary action over a positive test for high l...

Double Giro stage winner Ulissi provisionally suspended after salbutamol positive

Winner of two stages during the Giro d’Italia, Diego Ulissi now faces a fight to avoid a suspension after he tested positive for the subs...