Official: the CADF do not want Fuglsang-case opened

the Unveiling of the investigation, as antidopingorganisationen CADF has launched of Astana, has widely tilsværtet Jacob Fuglsangs reputation, but now stresses

Official: the CADF do not want Fuglsang-case opened

the Unveiling of the investigation, as antidopingorganisationen CADF has launched of Astana, has widely tilsværtet Jacob Fuglsangs reputation, but now stresses

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
06 February 2020 Thursday 00:00
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Official: the CADF do not want Fuglsang-case opened

the Unveiling of the investigation, as antidopingorganisationen CADF has launched of Astana, has widely tilsværtet Jacob Fuglsangs reputation, but now stresses the CADF, that the organization does not want a doping case is opened.

In a statement, which CADF has sent to Ekstra Bladet on Wednesday, states that CADF has closely scrutinised the outcome of the investigation, which was launched last year because of persistent rumors that Astana, Fuglsang, and the Kazakh rider Alexey Lutsenko should have cooperation with the livstidsudelukkede doctor Michele Ferrari.

We must therefore conclude that nothing in the investigation which is conducted by an agency by the name of Sportradar, has been unable to confirm the reports about the illegal cooperation, who have persecuted her point of view, since he early in 2019 blossomed and began to win and ensure podieplaceringer on the strip.

‘CADF confirms after careful review of the report, the CADF has not sent the report to the UCI (the international cykleunion, red.) in order to initiate disciplinary procedure against the aforementioned individuals and this team,’ says the opinion.

the Extra Leaf has contacted Jakob Fuglsang for comment, but he does not want to comment at the present time on the matter.

CADF regret in the statement deep, that the report has come to the attention of the public. The report was shared in strict confidentiality and in a secure manner, write the CADF, with a range of anti-doping organisations and law enforcement agencies.

‘CADF has dealt with the contents of the report with extreme discretion. At no time was the content shared with any third parties, including the media,’ says the CADF's statement.

‘CADF. deeply regrets that the report was leaked,’ it sounds it on. CADF states that an investigation is now launched in order to ‘understand how the document was published and prevent it from happening again.’

Updated: 06.02.2020 00:00
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