Officials want ban for Alberto Contador
MADRID -- Spanish cycling authorities have accepted Alberto Contador's defense that his positive Tour de France doping test resulted from eating contaminated meat, the cyclist's spokesman said Thursday.
The Spanish federation has proposed a one-year ban for Contador, rather than the standard two-year penalty, after his positive clenbuterol test at last year's Tour.
Contador spokesman Jacinto Vidarte told The Associated Press that the federation accepted Contador's contention that the ...
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