Jakob Fuglsang allegedly connected to banned doping doctor Ferrari

Jakob Fuglsang Tirreno-Adriatico 2019
Jakob Fuglsang on the podium at Tirreno-Adriatico last year (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)

Astana team leader Jakob Fuglsang is allegedly being investigated for possible links to banned doping doctor Michele Ferrari, according to a report published in the Danish news outlet Politiken. The allegations are based on intelligence gained in an investigation commissioned by Cycling Anti-doping Foundation (CADF). 

Astana have declined to comment on the allegations stating that they have not been formally contacted by the UCI or CADF, according to the Politiken. In addition, Ferrari has not responded to Politiken's phone calls and text messages regarding the CADF investigation.

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