- Jul 11, 2013
Nor was Kreuziger at first..Netserk said:No. Ulissi was never suspended by UCI AFAIK.
Then I read this:
So the team performed the provisional suspension.. Not the UCI it seems..Ulissi has been provisionally suspended and he will not attend Italy’s national team training camp, the team said.
Surely we will hear something similar to this from Cookson in the next few days:
Or maybe not..."What I will say is that these things are taking too long to resolve, but what was particularly worrying about this case was that his own team withdrew him from the Tour de France because of the Biological Passport but then put him back into competition at the Tour of Poland.That was an extremely odd thing to do in my opinion. So what we've decided to do is look at all of these cases and treat them, if we can, as the equivalent to being an A sample positive test."
The thing is, Ulissi did test positive right?
Why not provisionally suspend him until case closed?
Why only for a few monts, if ever they did so...
Instead we have this:
This case is packed with contradicting info and statements...After having carefully examined the documents made available by the laywer of Ulissi (Avv. Taminelli) and considering the articulated rules and regulations of MPCC association , of which Team Lampre Merida is member, the responsible for the health of Team Lampre Merida, Dr Carlo Guardascione, while waiting for further evidence, currently still late, from the UCI and WADA regarding the dossier concerning the positivity to albuterol, has issued a positive opinion for the resumption of racing for the rider Diego Ulissi.
Only ones who are quiet are the UCI...