MPCC to suspend cortisol testing as WADA ban injectable corticosteroids

MPCC Movement for Credible Cycling
MPCC Movement for Credible Cycling (Image credit: MPCC)

The Movement For a Credible Cycling (MPCC) announced it would suspend its cortisol testing in 2022, after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) rules banning injectable and oral corticosteroids goes into effect on January 1.

Although the MPCC's protracted campaign to ban the type of corticosteroids injections legally taken under the TUE rules by high-profile riders like Bradley Wiggins before his Grand Tour successes has been a success, the organisation says it will continue to monitor the enforcement of the new WADA rules.

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