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The Luxemburger National Anti-Doping Agency (ALAD) scheduled a session for December 9 to further...
The Luxemburger National Anti-Doping Agency (ALAD) scheduled a session for December 9 to further discuss Fränk Schleck's case. The agency did not indicate whether the CSC Saxo Bank rider would attend, or whether it would announce a decision.
Schleck, 28, admitted to paying €6,991.91 to a Swiss bank account belonging to Doctor Eufemiano Fuentes, centre of the Operación Puerto investigation. He denied any doping connection and said that the payment was for training plans, but that he broke off the contact before receiving any instruction. (SW)