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The US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) reported that two cyclists, Jason Sager of Park City, Utah, and...
The US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) reported that two cyclists, Jason Sager of Park City, Utah, and Cale Redpath of Durango, Colorado, received a one-year ban from competition because they failed to present themselves for testing following the NORBA National Mountain Bike Series Race #4 in Deer Valley, Utah, in July.
According to the Associated Press, neither Sager nor Redpath were deemed significantly at fault for the violation, which USADA said last Friday justified the one-year sanction for the first-time violations. Both Sager and Redpath forfeited their results from the race.