Nairo Quintana: UCI returns to the charge for his case with tramadol


Nairo Quintana

Nairo Quintana.

Nairo Quintana.

The Colombian was disqualified from the last Tour de France.

The issue of the presence of tramadol in two exams of the Colombian cyclist Nairo Quintana during the last Tour de France has given what to talk about in the World Cycling Championships in Australia.

The International Cycling Union (UCI) reported on August 17 that the boyacense had been disqualified from the sixth place of the Tour, because in two of the blood tests the substance tramadol was found, prohibited by the entity in competition, but not by the World Anti-Doping Agency (AMA) .

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Quintana, who is with the Colombian national team in the World Cup, appealed his disqualification to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS)response that is pending.

The UC continues with the case and trusts that the TAS will support the UCI’s decision to disqualify the cyclist, since he violated a rule of the rector.

UCI President David Leppartien pointed out in Australia that the cycling organization will win the Quintana case.

“We are confident that this will happen”, commented Leppartien during the event.

Nairo Quintana warns that he never took tramadol and that he does not understand how the substance appeared in his two tests.

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