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By Susan Westemeyer The Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) is continuing its efforts to crack down in...
By Susan Westemeyer
The Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) is continuing its efforts to crack down in the "Oil for Drugs" affair. Only days after announcing a life-time ban for Dr. Carlo Santuccione, CONI announced that it is also seeking a life-time ban against rider Ruggero Marzoli of team Tinkoff, as well as a three-months ban for Simone Masciarelli and two years for Francesco Di Paolo, both of Team Acqua & Sapone. The length of the bans is now up to the Italian federation's disciplinary committee.
Marzoli had previously been suspended in 1999 for the possession of doping products.