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“Proposed dates from the CAS are at the end of April, or May 7. I would like to believe that no one has an interest in the hearing clashing with the compulsory tests before the Giro d’Italia.”

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15.03.2015 @ 16:27 Posted by Joseph Doherty

Roman Kreuziger hopes that he appear next month at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), so he can ride the Giro in may if he is found not guilty of doping.

 

The UCI lodged the appeal with CAS last October, and Kreuziger spent many months unable to ride due to a provisional suspension. The Czech says that many proposed court dates have been thrown out since October and he is still unaware of when the court date will be.

 

“I am still waiting for a date to be set for my hearing before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). The date initially proposed was in mid-April, and I confirmed acceptance. However, the UCI and WADA rejected this date (their lawyers didn’t have time),” Kreuziger wrote on the Kreuzigercase.cz website that was set up in the wake of the appeal.

 

“Further proposed dates from the CAS are at the end of April, or on 7.5 (May 7). I hope that the April date will suit everyone. I would like to believe that no one has an interest in the hearing clashing with the compulsory tests before the Giro d’Italia, which take place on 7th May.”

 

The case began in May 2014 when he was notified that there were anomalies in his biological passport from his 2011 season, which he rode with Astana. He was unable to ride the 2014 Tour de France and Tour of Poland. The UCI provisionally suspended him so he couldn’t ride the latter event. The Czech Olympic Committee cleared him of any wrongdoing and this prompted the UCI to lodge an appeal with CAS.

 

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