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UCI doping news

By:
Mark Zalewski, North American Editor
Published:
August 27, 2005, 1:00 BST,
Updated:
April 21, 2009, 0:08 BST
Edition:
First Edition Cycling News for August 27, 2005

The following riders have been sanctioned for doping offences by their national federations: Oriol...

The following riders have been sanctioned for doping offences by their national federations:

Oriol Colomer (Spa), tested positive for triamcinolone acetonide during the l'Area Metropolitana on August 21, 2004, sanctioned by Real Federacion Española De Ciclismo, fine of €601.

Krassimir Dimitrov (Bul), tested positive for testosterone during the Tour of Hellas on April 18, 2005, sanctioned by the Union Bulgare De Cyclisme, suspension of 2 years from May 21, 2005 to May 21, 2007, disqualification of the race.

Eduardo Garito Gamboa (CRC), tested positive for Phentermine during the Vuelta a Costa Rica on March 14, 2005, sanctioned by the Federacion Costarricense De Ciclismo, suspension of 2 years from March 14, 2005 to March 14, 2007, disqualification of the race, fine of CHF 1,000.

Amy Mosen (NZl), tested positive for terbutaline during the Women's World Cup on February 27, 2005, sanctioned by Bike New Zealand, warning and reprimand.

Alexandr Osmak (Kaz), tested positive for salbutamol during the event Grand Prix of Sochi on April 24, 2005, sanctioned by the Kazakhstan Cycling Federation, suspension of 1 year from June 2005 21, 2005, to June 21, 2006, disqualification of the race.

David Zubiaur (Spa), tested positive for triamcinolone acetonide during the event Premio Asteasu de Ciclo-Cross on January 6, 2005, sanctioned by the Federation Española De Ciclismo, suspension of 2 years from June 2, 2005 to June 2, 2007, disqualification of the race.

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