Ten charged in Bordeaux

In the Franco-Belgian doping ring case, the court in Bordeaux has charged ten people with drug trafficking. Four of them have been released from custody, whereas six are held: the former ADR soigneur Freddy Sergeant and his wife Monique, former pro Laurent Roux and his brother Fabien as well as two amateur riders.

Among the four released, Belgian Sporza reports one of them was former mountain bike pro Christophe Dupouey, who achieved a World champion and European champion title in 1998 in his category. Five other persons held in custody in Marseilles will appear before the investigating judge in Bordeaux on Monday, January 24.

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