Doping

Ganfas

Well-Known Member
Segundo o Gonçalo Moreira do Europort não sai nada de jeito:

"Esta entrevista podia ter algum interesse se o Eufemiano Fuentes quisesse redenção. Como quer atenção parece mais do mesmo: sorrisos marotos, silêncios dúbios. É o “eu sei mas não conto” de sempre. Já diz a minha rica mulher: “Indiscretas não são as perguntas, mas as respostas.”"

 

gfrmartins

Well-Known Member
Mas as suspensões não são públicas?

Não basta ver se houve uma suspensão neste atleta?
Não sendo "profissional" penso que não existe obrigação de divulgação.

Posso estar enganado, mas tinha ideia que como não é crime e é "apenas" uma penalização federativa e não sendo profissionais não existe obrigação de divulgação (nem que seja por causa da protecção de dados)

Mas digo isto sem certezas
 

pratoni

Well-Known Member
Pensei que ao serem federados e tendo a federação um estatuto de entidade pública que este tipo de assuntos fossem públicos sim...
 

NULL

Moderador
Staff member
Afinal...

CAS confirms UCI’s decision on André Cardoso
May 10, 2021, 12:00 PM
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) announces that the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has dismissed the appeal filed by Mr. André Cardoso against the decision rendered by the UCI Anti-Doping Tribunal (UCI ADT) on 15 November 2018.

The CAS confirmed that Mr. Cardoso committed an Anti-Doping Rule Violation (ADRV) and upheld the four-year period of ineligibility imposed on him by the UCI ADT (27.06.2017-26.06.2021).

Mr. Cardoso’s ADRV resulted from the analysis of a sample collected in the scope of an out-of-competition control on 18 June 2017, which revealed the presence of Recombinant Erythropoietin (EPO).

The CAS Panel confirmed that the UCI established the existence of an ADRV under Article 2.2 of the UCI Anti-Doping Rules (Use of a Prohibited Substance) based on Mr. Cardoso’s A-sample analytical results and corroborating (documentary and) expert evidence.

The UCI welcomes this ruling, which reflects the UCI’s determination to pursue doping violations in the sport of cycling and the UCI’s commitment to protect clean athletes.

The CAS award, which could not be published before 23 April, is now available here on the UCI Website.

Finally, the UCI notes that Mr. Cardoso has lodged an action to set aside the CAS award before the Swiss Federal Supreme Court. Mr. Cardoso’s period of ineligibility remains in force pending the outcome of those proceedings, unless the Swiss Federal Supreme Court rules otherwise.
 
Afinal...

CAS confirms UCI’s decision on André Cardoso
May 10, 2021, 12:00 PM
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) announces that the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has dismissed the appeal filed by Mr. André Cardoso against the decision rendered by the UCI Anti-Doping Tribunal (UCI ADT) on 15 November 2018.

The CAS confirmed that Mr. Cardoso committed an Anti-Doping Rule Violation (ADRV) and upheld the four-year period of ineligibility imposed on him by the UCI ADT (27.06.2017-26.06.2021).

Mr. Cardoso’s ADRV resulted from the analysis of a sample collected in the scope of an out-of-competition control on 18 June 2017, which revealed the presence of Recombinant Erythropoietin (EPO).

The CAS Panel confirmed that the UCI established the existence of an ADRV under Article 2.2 of the UCI Anti-Doping Rules (Use of a Prohibited Substance) based on Mr. Cardoso’s A-sample analytical results and corroborating (documentary and) expert evidence.

The UCI welcomes this ruling, which reflects the UCI’s determination to pursue doping violations in the sport of cycling and the UCI’s commitment to protect clean athletes.

The CAS award, which could not be published before 23 April, is now available here on the UCI Website.

Finally, the UCI notes that Mr. Cardoso has lodged an action to set aside the CAS award before the Swiss Federal Supreme Court. Mr. Cardoso’s period of ineligibility remains in force pending the outcome of those proceedings, unless the Swiss Federal Supreme Court rules otherwise.
sera' que o rapaz ainda esta com ideias de voltar ao ativo?
 

NULL

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Staff member
Vai arrancar já em Junho pela Efapel...

Aqui a questão é mais moral e monetária. Se ele tem ganho no TAS, como se veiculava por aí, ia buscar uma pipa de massa em indemnizações e recuperava todo o prestígio e moral. Assim, é apenas mais um que regressa após cumprir suspensão por doping.