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Cycling - 18 Oct 2006
During its General meeting of October 14, 2006, which was held in the Grand Hotel di Como, the CPA put on the agenda the discussed declarations that its President Francesco Moser made during an interview with the television
Cycling - 02 Jun 2006
The International Cycling Union communicates that the report of Mr. Emile Vrijman, independant investigator, is now available in its integrality on the uci website: <A href=""></A><BR>
Cycling - 26 May 2006
The UCI was very sad to learn that individuals from the world of cycling are involved in the investigation by the Spanish judicial authorities concerning alleged doping practices.
Cycling - 06 Mar 2006
The UCI Anti-Doping Commission took knowledge of the decision issued on 23 February 2006 by the Barbados Cycling Federation, in the case of the rider Barry Forde.
Cycling - 28 Feb 2006
27 February 2006. When they met at the Olympic Winter Games in Torino, WADA’s Chairman Dick Pound told UCI’s Vice-President Hein Verbruggen that WADA had in its possession copies of the 15 doping control forms signed by Lance Armstrong during the 1999 Tour de France and that those copies originated from the UCI.
Cycling - 15 Dec 2004
The International Cycling Union is extremely happy to be able to welcome the announcement today of the definitive adoption of the Code of Conduct by the 19 UCI ProTeams, written under the aegis of the AIGCP.
Cycling - 15 Dec 2004
<SPAN lang=EN-US>The </SPAN><SPAN>International Cycling Union</SPAN><SPAN lang=EN-US> is extremely happy to be able to welcome the announcement today of the definitive adoption of the Code of Conduct by the 19 UCI ProTeams, written under the aegis of the AIGCP.</SPAN>
Cycling - 24 Sep 2004
On 21 September, Phonak spokesman Georges Luedinger announced that American cyclist Tyler Hamilton failed a blood anti-doping test during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Cycling - 08 Sep 2004
The Scottish rider David Millar has notified the UCI of his decision not to contest his disqualification to the time-trial event a the 2003 Hamilton World Championships. The final classification is modified with immediate effect, according to the UCI Regulations as follows
Cycling - road - 02 Aug 2004
Last month, Sports Marketing Surveys’ Eurosport Poll* asked sports fans about the Pro Tour - the reform of professional cycling competitions initiated by the UCI, and which is planned to be launched in 2005.
Cycling - 30 Jul 2004
The International Cycling Union’s Antidoping Commission communicates that all urine and blood samples taken during the 2004 Tour de France, except two samples belonging to the Belgian rider Christophe Brands, have resulted negative as far as doping products and prohibited methods are concerned.
Cycling - 26 Jul 2004
Following its second meeting day in Salzburg (AUT), the International Cycling Union’s Management Committee has adopted its new Anti-doping Rules, taking into account the World Anti-doping Code as well as general principles of law.
Cycling - 24 Sep 2003
The International Cycling Union has taken note with indignation of the divulgation to the press of WADA’s independent observer’s report before it had the chance to study it and amend certain inaccurate points contained in the document which is strictly confidential.
Cycling - 03 Mar 2003
The UCI welcomes the World Anti-Doping Code.
Cycling - 05 Apr 2001
Our objectives for 2001 To preserve the symbolic values of the Tour de France - the largest cycling race in the world - a spectacular and popular competition - the confrontation of champions within the respect of sporting principles - a healthy competition
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