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The UCI announced Wednesday evening that Australian Allan Davis and the Czech Rene Andrle could...
The UCI announced Wednesday evening that Australian Allan Davis and the Czech Rene Andrle could participate in the World Championships in Stuttgart according to the AFP. Both riders are in similar situations to Spaniard Alejandro Valverde; their names have been linked to the Operacion Puerto which broke in May of 2006, but both riders remain innocent until proven guilty.
The UCI made its decision for "reasons of equity" after CAS ruled in Valverde's favor Wednesday afternoon.