UCI to appeal Gonzalez and Landaluze cases to CAS

The UCI will appeal the Spanish federation's non-sanctioning of Aitor Gonzalez and Iñigo Landaluze, who tested positive in the 2005 Vuelta a España and Dauphiné Libéré, respectively. Gonzalez was positive for methandriol/methandienone/methyltestosterone, while Landaluze had too high a testosterone level. The RFEC did not suspend them, but the UCI wants some sort of penalty imposed.

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