USADA chief concerned over 'flip-flop'
LONDON -- The United States' anti-doping chief described the Spanish cycling federation's decision to clear Alberto Contador of doping as a "flip-flop," saying the backtracking on a proposed one-year ban could send out the wrong messages to both athletes and fans.
Spain's disciplinary committee accepted Contador's defense that a positive test for the banned substance clenbuterol while winning last year's Tour de France was caused by unintentionally eating contaminated beef.
But Travis ...
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