Contador says he will fight on despite provisional ban

Alberto Contador wins, Tour of the Algarve 2010, stage 3

Alberto Contador has confirmed that he will not be retiring from cycling even if he is eventually banned and said that he will appeal against any kind of sanction.

Speaking in a press conference on Friday, his first since he heard he would receive a one-year ban for clenbuterol, the Spaniard said "I have no plans to quit. But above all, I consider this ban to be totally unfair."

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