A four-month disqualification of a member of the Neiland team for…

first_imgFour-month disqualification of a member of the Neiland team for unauthorized use of anti-asthma drugs – Jauns.lv

Swiss cyclist Patrick Schelling. (Photo: Patrickschelling.ch) Patrick Scheling, a Swiss cyclist on the Israel Start-Up Nation team, has been sentenced to four months’ disqualification for using the banned substances, which will end next week. The International Cycling Union (UCI) reports that traces of the banned substance terbutaline have been detected in analyzes submitted by Shelling on February 24.The UCI found that the 30-year-old Swiss had used the banned substance without the intention of improving his performance. Shelling was disqualified from May 18 to September 17, as well as his achievements in the 2020 tour of Rwanda were annulled.Following the UCI’s decision, the Israel Start-Up Nation said the teams had not been informed that Schelling was taking asthma medications containing the banned substance. An unqualified unit accepts a UCI disqualification.“I have had asthma since childhood. Using an unauthorized asthma inhaler was an unintentional mistake. I would like to apologize to the team and the entire cycling family. I have never wanted to damage the reputation of cycling. I admit my mistake and take full responsibility,”Latvian Krista Neiland’s team member Shelling took part in cycling trips outside Europe this season – in Argentina, Colombia and Rwanda. For the past four seasons, Schelling has represented the UCI continental team “Vorarlberg Santic”, but before that he was a member of Alexei Saramotin’s team in the UCI World Tour unit IAM for three years.Others are currently reading Horens Stalbe will be the father of his fourth child at the age of 49 U.S. law enforcement is publishing a comic video showing a police fight with a hungry goat He leaves home at night and does not return: 34-year-old Liāna is looking for people in Saulkrasti add a comment We use cookies. Cookies store anonymous data about your visit to the website and help to create a more convenient user experience. Cookies may be available to trusted partners. By clicking “I agree”, you confirm that you understand and agree to the use of cookies on your device. You can revoke your consent at any time by deleting the cookies stored on your device. I agree | Find out morelast_img

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