Cycling body to re-test samples after doping probe
PARIS: The international cycling federation (UCI) said it has ordered the re-testing of samples over two seasons following new revelations linked to the Aderlass doping scandal. The UCI said it had asked the Cycling Anti-Doping Centre on Wednesday to re-analyse samples for the 2016 and 2017 seasons. The move was prompted by “new information and documents received from Austrian police involved in the Aderlass operation,” the UCI said. The ‘Aderlass’ scandal erupted in February when authorities raided the Nordic skiing world championships and Seefeld, Austria.