It's pretty concidence that she and Toon Aerts have tested positive for the same substance after racing in the same part of France, and that they also both represented by the same management agency. If the Aerts case is anything to go by, she'll face a two year suspension. Sporza reports that the trace amount is even smaller than Aerts' was, so we'll see if that will have an impact on the final verdict.
presumably however small the trace amount is, its still a positive for a banned substance, to coin the old saying you cant be half pregnant, so its got to be the same length ban right ? its a 4 year ban offence after all iirc.
regardless Im guessing her CanyonSram contract will be terminated however long the ban is and theyre just waiting for the confirmation to comply with employment law around it so as to avoid getting hit with a claim for 2 years worth of wages.
the press conference should be interesting, no doubt the usual it was inadverdent, contamination of a supplement, wonder if theyll go for the hair defence as Toon Aerts did.