Thursday, June 06, 2013

Serebryakov's nightmare darkens

Alexandre Serebryakov looks to face an even longer than first expected road back into professional sport after in was announced the Russian also failed a test for EPO last year.

So reports Cyclingnews.

According to the website, the sprinter failed an out-of-competition control taken on 21 February 2012 -adding to the one he failed on 18 March earlier this year. The UCI allegedly used a new technique to spot use of the forbidden substance, a procedure with the ability to detect EPO in the urine for a longer amount of time.

It's not known how this "new" positive test will affect his ban from the sport. The B-sample from the failed test this year is yet to come back.

Photo: Euskaltel Euskadi

1 comment:

Anonymous said... some other people right off live grounds. most have ingredients
[url=]Louis Vuitton Outlet Belt[/url] shortcuts for mac permissive parenting definition establishment survey dynex peace love world separator lyrics anxious pledge of allegiance in spanish especially for you evolve myriad kilogram invalidated somehow someday lyrics misconstrue noun avoidable synonyms charity watch nearest walmart regressive behavior ted movie numb3rs mathematical symbols pulpit horse defending your life saithe gate 1 travel permissible in a sentence hologram keyboard segregation today satiny chocolate glaze recipe


web site counter
ISP Internet Providers