‘KNWU concealed positive doping test for Dutch rider in 2011’

‘KNWU concealed positive doping test for Dutch rider in 2011’
‘KNWU concealed positive doping test for Dutch rider in 2011’

The Dutch cycling association KNWU did not publish a positive doping test in 2011. This happened partly at the request of the rider in question, who immediately ended his career after the positive test.

The news came out on Thursday evening via the website Wielerflits, which also managed to find out the name of the rider, but deliberately does not publish it. “We think it is up to the rider and / or authorities to come out.”

The positive test would have been submitted by the rider on May 4, 2011 during a so-called ‘out of competition’ check. It would be the drug rHepo. The rider, who has competed in international competitions with a license from the KNWU, decided to stop immediately.

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