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Anti-doping news

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

Magnus Eriksson of Sweden, failing to submit to the anti-doping test during the race UCI MTB World Cup 15, Falun, Sweden on 13th August 2005, sanctioned by the Swedish Cycling Federation, 2 years' suspension from 15th September 2005 to 14th September 2007 and disqualification of the race.

Robert Nagy of Slovakia, tested positive with Testosteron during the race Österreich Rundfahrt, Austria, on 9th July 2005, sanctioned by the Slovak Cycling Federation, 2 years' suspension from 9th September 2005 to 9th September 2007 and disqualification of the race.

Andrzej Podhajny of Poland, tested positive with Etiocholanolone during the race Memorial Henryka Lasaka, Poland, on 14th August 2005, sanctioned by the Polish Cycling Federation, 2 years' suspension from 28th September 2005 to 27th September 2007 and disqualification of the race.

Tonton Susanto, Indonesia, tested positive with Ephedrine during the race Tour of Qinghai Lake, China, on 16th July 2005, sanctioned by the Indonesian Cycling Federation, 1 month suspension from 1st October 2005 to 1st November 2005 and disqualification of the race.

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