Hamilton case heard, but not finalised

Tyler Hamilton's appeal to the International Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) was heard last week between September 6-8 in Denver, USA. However, according to a CAS statement, "The arbitration was then adjourned with the agreement that it would be resumed at a later date for the presentation of additional evidence and closing arguments. The date and location of the second hearing have not been fixed yet. The parties have agreed that they would not make any public statements concerning this matter until the final decision of CAS."

Hamilton is appealing his two year suspension for homologous blood doping after he tested positive for it at the Vuelta a España last year.

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