The world of cycling was hit by another doping scandal on Tuesday when French rider Lloyd Mondory was revealed to have tested positive for EPO, the International Cycling Union (UCI) have announced. Mondory, 32, of the AG2R La Mondiale team, who has twice.
French rider Lloyd ... Mondory cannot race until March 2019, reports Xinhua. Mondory tested positive for EPO, a banned blood-boosting hormone, in an out-of-competition sample taken in February. He had no major race wins riding for the French team Ag2r.
Just a day after releasing its controversial report into doping, the UCI announced that Ag2r-La Mondiale rider Lloyd Mondory tested positive for the banned blood booster EPO. The 32-year-old returned an Adverse Analytical Finding in a sample collected in.
Lloyd Mondory has failed an out-of-competition test for the banned blood-booster EPO, the UCI announced, the third positive case involving his AG2r-La Mondiale team in recent years. "The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) announces that it has notified.
In the wake of Lloyd Mondory's positive test for EPO, which was announced on Tuesday, the Ag2r La Mondiale team have outlined the procedures they have in place in order to monitor their riders and ensure they aren’t taking anything that’s either.
The world of cycling has been hit by another doping scandal with French rider Lloyd Mondory revealed to have tested positive for EPO. Mondory, 32, of the AG2R La Mondiale team, who has twice taken part in the Tour de France, returned a positive test for.
French rider Lloyd Mondory has tested positive for blood-boosting agent EPO and has been provisionally suspended, the UCI has announced. The 32-year-old Ag2r La Mondiale rider's positive result came during an out-of-competition test. A statement from the.
Frenchman Lloyd Mondory has failed an out-of-competition test for the banned ... the rider has been provisionally suspended until the adjudication of the affair." The AG2r-La Mondiale rider has the right to request that his B sample be tested.
Just a day after publishing the Cycling Independent Reform Commission report into doping, the International Cycling Union announced French rider Lloyd Mondory has returned a positive test for the banned blood-booster EPO. Mondory, who rides for Ag2r-La.