Doping hearing for Jonathan Tiernan-Locke by end of month

According to UK Anti-Doping chief executive Andy Parkinson the case of Jonathan Tiernan-Locke, who was found to have anomalies in his biological passport, which charts an athlete’s blood and urine values to highlight any irregularities that could indicate the use of banned performance-enhancing substances or blood doping, will be heard before the end of the Month. Tiernan-Locke received a letter from the UCI which called into question his blood values dating back to September 2012 prior to signing with Team Sky. He has not ridden for the WorldTour team this year and is no longer listed on the Team Sky rider website.

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