This Day in Doping: US coach’s ban strengthens a signal

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The ban of US cycling coach Raymond Stewart is further encouraging evidence of sending a stronger message that doping will not be tolerated: “Violating the sacred responsibility and standards of a coach by aiding athletes with doping is truly reprehensible,” USADA chief executive Travis Tygart said. Full article here. Joe Papp’s take here.

And Swiss rider Thomas Frei is taken down as well with a two-year penalty.

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