While the older Cardoso and Sanchez cases remain unresolved, I'm not sure any of the delays are deliberate. I think the UCI processes just take a really long time. Froome's case may actually highlight the inadequacy of the UCI's processes and cause reform.hazaran said:Looks like a deliberate delay by the UCI. They have their own "anti doping tribunal" (remember, the kangaroo court instituted by Crookson) delay it until after the Giro so that there are no bad headlines, and certainly nothing during the Giro. What they don't realize or seem to willingly accept is that if they delay a decision till the time between Giro and Tour, Froome will obviously appeal that to the CAS (the real court) and those proceedings are guaranteed to take longer than the Tour. So he gets to ride/win both.