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UCI doping news

By:
Susan Westemeyer
Published:
June 03, 2006, 1:00 BST,
Updated:
April 20, 2009, 23:15 BST
Edition:
First Edition Cycling News for June 3, 2006

The UCI has announced that the following riders have been sanctioned for doping offences: Freddy...

The UCI has announced that the following riders have been sanctioned for doping offences:

Freddy Hamlet (Fra) tested positive for Heptaminol during the Tour of Martinique (Fra) on 16 July 2005; sanctioned by the French Cycling Federation; suspended for 1 year from 3 February 2006 to 3 February 2007; disqualified from the race.

Maurizio Carta (Ita) tested positive for Clostebol during the Nobili Rubinetterie GP (Ita) on 24 August 2005; sanctioned by the Court Of Arbitration For Sport (CAS); suspended for 2 years from 20 April 2006 to 20 April 2008; disqualified from the race.

Erwin Bakker (Ned) tested positive for Testosterone during the Vuelta Internacional a Valladolid (Spa) on 27 March 2005; sanctioned by the Court Of Arbitration For Sport (CAS); suspended for 2 years from 2 February 2006 to 2 February 2008; disqualified from the race. Bakker also tested positive for EPO during an out-of-competition test in Mont St-Anne (Can) on 23 June 2005; sanctioned by the Court Of Arbitration For Sport (CAS); banned for life; disqualified from the race.

Giorgio Landaeta (Ven) tested positive for Norandrosterone, Norethiocolanolone and Ephedrine during the Vuelta a Venezuela (VEN) on 30 August 2005; sanctioned by the Venezuelan Cycling Federation; suspended for 2 years from 31 December 2005 to 12 December 2007; disqualified from the race.

Javier Guerrero González (COL) tested positive for Stanozolol during the Tour of Guadeloupe (Fra) on 12 August 2005; sanctioned by the French Cycling Federation, suspended for 3 years from 17 November 2005 to 17 November 2008; disqualified from the race.

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