Giro d'Italia organizers decide not to retest samples for CERA
ROME -- Giro d'Italia organizers have no plans to re-examine doping samples from this year's race for the blood-boosting drug at the center of the latest Tour de France scandal.
"The Giro d'Italia has already made the necessary checks," race director Angelo Zomegnan said in an interview with the Apcom news agency Thursday. "The labs and the UCI have told us these tests were done, and nothing was found that could be taken as suspect. It's useless to ask for more [tests]."
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