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By Susan Westemeyer Tom Vannoppen can start looking for a new team. After his positive test for...
By Susan Westemeyer
Tom Vannoppen can start looking for a new team. After his positive test for cocaine was announced, AVB Team Manager Hans van Kasteren said that the rider would be released as of March 1.
The manager had hoped to speak with Vannoppen during the Cyclo-cross World Championships in Treviso over the weekend, but that didn't work out. "I heard that he knows how to have a good time," van Kasteren told Het Nieuwsblad. "Maybe he has too good a time and does not behave as a sportsman. Apparently he hasn't learned his lesson yet."
The 29 year-old was let go by Team Sunweb in December, and after a party following his dismissal, he tested positive for cocaine.